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  • SLAVERY
  • i hope that some day we can be free
  • me too
  • STATE RIGHTS
  • i think that every states should follow the presidents decisions.
  • i think that every state should be able to make there own decisions.
  • we all agree that the election of abraham lincoln caused southern states to secede
  • COMPROMISES
  • me too
  • -The debate over the future of slavery led to secession which brought a war, the civil war -while many of the nations founding fathers disliked slavery and hoped that later generations would find a way to end it their sons and grandsons.
  • SLAVERY
  • did you hear, slavery is allowed no (1750)
  • i did
  • -The north thought that all states should follow the presidents decisions, but the south thought that every state should be able to make there own decisions. - south refused to follow the presidents decisions as north thought that the idea to follow the presidents order was better
  • STATE RIGHTS
  • -The election of Abraham Lincoln as the president of the united states -The last states´ right isue was in Georgia lost the worcester v. Georgier case but refused torelease the missonarier or stop pushing for cherokee removal.
  • COMPROMISES
  • -due to the rules of the trustees slavery was not allowed in GA until the early 1750s once it was legalized slavery grew quick as government and economic leaders opled to use enslaved lador in their agriculture based economy.
  • -in 1861 a spirited debate in the GA general assembly focused on whether or not GA should join its southern brethren in breaking away from union.
  • The us admitted maine as free states the fug,tive slave act allowed citizcens in the areas to vote if slaves would be legal or illegal (cpopuliar soveriegnty)
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