The compromise

The compromise
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  • Northern Free States why did they oppose it
  • No more slave states
  • No more free sates 
  • Northern Free States Beliefs in congressional powers
  • The government should decide the states slave policy 
  • Northern Free States Fears about the compromise 
  • Slavery is not stopping, it is expanding.
  • There was a balance between free states and slave states. Adding Missouri as a slave state would give the south the upper hand
  • Southern Slave States  why did they support it 
  • We want Missouri as a slave state.
  • Northerners believed that the federal government should decide weather a state should be a free state, or a slave state. 
  • Southern Slave States  Beliefs about states' rights?
  • The government cannot take our rights.
  • Northerners felt that the line was not stopping the spread of slavery, it was helping expand it.
  • Southern Slave States Fears about the Compromise? 
  • We do not want slavery to end 
  • The Missouri compromise was allowing Missouri to enter the united states as a slave states.
  • Southerners believed that states' rights could not be determined or prohibited by the federal government  
  • Southerners felt that the economy would collapse, and the federal government would end slavery
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