missouri compromise

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Thomas Jefferson, a proponent of the natural rights theory, stated that slavery was a "cruel war against human nature itself violating its most sacred rights of life and liberty in persons of a distant land."2 While the attitudes of northerners and southerners was not completely one for slavery, and on against, the events of the Missouri debates would bring our country into a new era of a widening schism between North and South with slavery as the main cause...
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When the debate got underway, Taylor and Tallmadge stated the argument strongly for the restricitonists, and Scott, Missouri's territorial delegate, for the right of unqualified admission. Upon such a controversy, Missouri's favor was already maintaing slavery in its border and the population warranted statehood...
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