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  • Evelyn Molina Period 2 Mr.Oxenbridge
  • Lincoln Douglas Debate
  • 1820 Missouri Compromis
  • 1850 Compromise of 1850
  • I believe that African Americans are intitled to all natural rights!
  • Are you crazy? The nation can't be hals slave and half free! And it will always be like that!
  • 1854 Bleeding-Kansa
  • 1858 Lincoln Douglas Debate
  • It doesn't matter what the Supreme Court decide about slavery! The people have the lawful means to intoduce it or exclude it as they please.
  • May I ask you to say how, if Congress could not ban slavery from a federal territory, Congress could allow the citizens of that territory to ban it.
  • 1859 John Brown's raid
  • The Lincoln Douglas debate took place on August 21, 1858 through October 1858. Lincoln challenged Douglas in what became the historic Lincoln-Douglas Debates.
  • At this point, the first debate started between Lincoln and Douglas.
  • The resuts are in! And the winner is...........!!
  • The second debate started and Lincoln pressed Douglas on the apparent contradiction between the Democrats belief in popular sovereignty and the Dred Scott decision.
  • STEPHEN DOUGLAS!
  • Thank you everybody for voting for me and for doing something right!
  • This notion that the police would enforce the voters decision if it contradicted the Supreme Court's desicion in the Freeport Doctrine.
  • As a result, for the reason that slavery can't exist a day or an hour anywhere, unless it is supported by local police regulations.
  • The Freeport Doctrine put the slavery question back in the hands of American citizens. It helped Douglas win the Senate seat.
  • Douglas took the victory. Even though Lincoln lost the election, he gained nationl recoginition and became a srtong leader of the Republican Party.
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