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  • The issue of slavery
  • I say that slavery should be abolished!
  • I say that slavery should spread!
  • The Dred Scott case
  • We demand our freedom!
  • You are slaves so you have no rights to sue!
  • Rights within the states
  • Non-slave states!
  • The Balance of power between the states must not be threatened.
  • Slave states!
  • Here in the image you see two men the one on the left is an abolitionist from the north and the man on the right is a slave owner from the south. They are arguing about the issue of slavery, the north does not want slavery but the south does. The north and south have two different economic systems. The north relies the use of factories while the south relies on slave labor.
  • The nullification crisis
  • You raise your tariffs we raise ours!
  • Dred and Harriet Scott were husband and wife were two slaves that took their owner to court due to the fact that they traveled to free slave states with their masters. Dred and Harriet thought since they were in a free slave state they would earn their freedom and the court ended up ruling in their favor and gained their freedom. The scotts were sent back to slavery due to a decision made by the Missouri supreme court.
  • The compromise of 1850
  • The equal number between non-slaving-holding states in the North and slave holding states in the South was unbalanced with more new territory being claimed.
  • The controversy surrounding the compromise of 1850
  • North: Free soil!
  • South: slavery expands!
  • The Nullification crisis was an dispute over tariffs. The reason there were disputes over tariffs is because the North supported high tariffs on foreign goods. Southerners from South Carolina already upset with the Missouri compromise are faced with the tariff and they outburst with raging protests and even rebellion against this tariff.
  • We are raising the tariffs on your goods
  • Using the Missouri Compromise as a precedent, politicians based their compromise in 1850 off of what the Missouri Compromise established. Namely, it was an extension of trying to preserve the balance of free and slave states, as well as the balance of slave and free powers in congress.
  • This compromise is to balance the power between slave and free state
  • Many controversies surrounded the creation and passing of the compromise of 1850. Neither the South nor the North were willing to compromise on many issues, such as slavery in the nation's capital. Slavery was increasingly becoming debated among politicians, civilians, and reformers alike.
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