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We the North want to abolish slavery in the US.
We the South want to keep slavery prevalent or else we will secede.
I, Henry Clay, find that its my duty to create and enforce a bill that will combine the wants and needs of both the North and South through compromise.
I, Daniel Webster, think that America can thrive without slaves and find slavery repulsing.
I, John C. Calhoun, think that slavery should be allowed in America and the south will plan on seceding from America if our wishes are not granted.
We have come to a conclusion that California will be a free state, formation of government in territories gained from Mexico without the restrictions of slavery, abolishing of the slave trade in DC, and a more effective fugitive slave law.
Sectional conflict began to fade due to prosperity and growth but tension between the North and South were still there.
This is preposterous! *continues to disagree for 7 months*
The Compromise of 1850 was the first time both the North and South had to compromise in order to serve both sides needs. Today, politics in America are based off of compromise and finding what is best for the people. Much thanks to the Compromise of 1850 for showing that America is able to compromise and fit the needs of both sides without provoking violence.
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