Civil War

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American History

 

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Shaun N

 

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June 2, 2015

 

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University

 

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The final results of the compromise, according to the Library of Congress, left the South with amendments to Fugitive Slave Act, the territories of New Mexico and Utah were without restrictions on slavery, and Texas received $10 million in compensation; the North received the abolition of domestic slave trade in Washington, D...
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The Compromise of 1850, in the end, left the North in a more favorable position than the South. One can see in Figure A how the new compromise left most of the United States as either a free state or territory, or one open to slavery under popular sovereignty. Under popular sovereignty, according to The Brief American Pageant, states or territories were more likely to adopt the “iron law of nature” and sway towards becoming “free soil”...
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