Slavery

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History

 

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Dianne S

 

Date added:

November 11, 2014

 

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University

 

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A

 

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They felt that they were receiving unfair treatment and that the government did not sympathize with them. Since it happened so early on, the Missouri Compromise was one of the first events to set tensions in motion that would eventually lead to the Civil War. A second act that had a great effect on the institution of slavery was the Compromise of 1850...
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The brainchild of Henry Clay, the plan was promoted by Stephen Douglas and first introduced the concept of popular soverignity. This meant that the states themselves could decide whether or not they wanted to allow slavery. Once again, this struck a dischord with the southern states. Feeling that their interests were being overlooked, southerners seriously began to wonder if their voice was ever going to be heard...
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