Dred Scott Court Case.
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When Dred Scott moved back to the slave state, Missouri, he thought that he deserved freedom because he had been living in a free state.
Dred Scott and his owner moved to WIsconsin, where slavery was outlawed.
Dred Scott went to federal court to obtain the freedom he deserved.
Congress had a constitutional responsibility to protect the property rights of slaveholders in a territory.
Dred Scott lost the trial, and the South wasn't happy about slaves thinking they deserved freedom.
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