"Compromise and Conflict"

"Compromise and Conflict"
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  • Missouri has a right to be a slave state!
  • Well, I'm not letting the South have a majority in Congress!
  • Gentlemen, there's always a compromise that can be made.
  • California doesn't needs slaves. We want to be a free state!
  • Too bad, that's not happening. The North doesn't need another state!
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  • There's a peaceful solution to everything!
  • ...that is why, through reasoning, I must now be a free citizen of America.
  • First of all, you shouldn't even be allowed to call a trial seeing as your not a citizen, and secondly the Compromise of 1820 is unconstitutional, so you're still a slave
  • Henry Clay solves a problem between the North and South with the Compromise of 1820
  • Did you hear about John Brown?
  • No! That man is a murderer and should've been killed on the spot!
  • Yeah, what a hero, huh?
  • 30 years later, Henry Clay is still a mediator.
  • I'm grateful that the country has faith in me, and I hope that the Union can persevere through all the conflict. 
  • Yay!
  • The South got practically no say in this!
  • Chief Justice Roger Taney makes a judicial decision that affects all other events in the future
  • Stay true to our cause men, and fight in the name of the Union!
  • The split in beliefs between the North and South is emphasized after John Brown's raid on Harpers Ferry, Virginia
  • When Abraham Lincoln is elected for president in 1860 the South feels that their voice wasn't heard.
  • South Carolina secedes from the United States of America, and later forms the Confederate States of America. In March, a month after secession Confederate troops fire on Fort Sumter
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