Nebraska Act,Bleeding Kansas,!Lincoln-Douglas Debates!,The Eledtion of 1860

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  • Kansas-Nebraska Act  
  • how did the democrats contradict their belief in popular sovereignty? 
  • In the first debate
  • I believe that all African Americans are entitled to all the natural rights in the declaration of Independence 
  • Bleeding Kansas 
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  • By: Luke Ceneri
  • Lincoln-Douglas Debates 
  • mhmm
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  • All these Democrats are trying to spread slavery across the nation
  • The Election of 1860
  • Slavery is the will of the people and society
  • Abraham Lincoln believed that African Americans are entitled to all the natural rights in the declaration of Independence,but weren't equal to Anglo Americans.  
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  • So... you democrats contradicted your belief in popular sovereignty
  • The people voted 
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  • He lied to us
  • Please explain how congress could not ban slavery from federal territory congress, could allow the citizen of that territory to ban it
  • Lincoln is saying that  democrats are trying to spread slavery across the nation. Stephen is saying it should be allowed all over the U.S. and is a will.
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  •  It does not matter what the supreme court decided about slavery 
  • Lincoln says the democrats contradicted their belief in popular sovereignty, because Douglas tricked the south by making them think he supported their slavery interests. But new that the votes would not be in their favor. Douglas said The People Voted !   
  • In The second debate
  • Southerns are mad because Douglas didn't keep his word.
  • Lincoln wanted to know how congress could not ban slavery from federal territory congress but could allow the citizen of that territory to ban it. Douglas said it didn't matter what the supreme court decided about slavery.  
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