Missouri compromise

Missouri compromise
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  • Northern Free States:feelings about state additions?
  • No its the souths
  • The land is the norths
  • Northern free states:Feelings about the 36,30 line?
  • The 36,30 line is good for the north
  • No we need more slaves 
  • Northern Free states:Who was involved?
  • Hello fellow congressman
  • The Northern states opposed adding states because they believed that it would spread slavery.Another reason why they did not want them to be added was because it would throw off the balance of the voting system giving the North an advantage.Also they did not believe that the people should decide they believed that the constitution was the only thing that could decide where states should be and other big decisions.In conclusion the north didnt want slavery to spread
  • Southern Slave states:Feelings about state additions?
  • We southerners do believe in addition of states
  • But the the north doesnt need it
  • The Northerners were glad with the 36,30 line because this was going to help them gain land and there would be less land below.This did not change their opinion on slaves and they did not change that much because in the compromise because they could now choose whether the state could have slaves or whether it should not.In conclusion the North was not disappointed in the compromise because they gained land and tehy did not change their opinnion on slavery.
  • Southern slave states:how they felt about the 36,30 line?
  • We the south dont want the 36,30 line because we need our slaves 
  • Steven douglas and William lloyd were both congressman.
  • The southern slave states:who was involved?
  • we need to win the fight for slaves 
  • The southerners were very happy with the addition of states because they believed that they were going to soon gain lands and gain more territory to make money off of the land.Also the southern states believd that the states should decide.Although they did fear that they may lose slaves and the slave trade.in conclusion the southern states believed in the addition of states but they feared that they would lose their slaves.
  • The Southerners had mixed feelings such as happy and angry about the 36-30 because they wanted California because half was above the line and a half was below and then they got it and they were happy that they would get additional votes. Another reason why they had mixed feelings was that they could to pick whether it could be a slave state or not, so they had a chance to either get a slave state or a free state.
  • But we shouldnt have slaves in the first place.
  • Henry Clay and John C calhoun were both leading congressmen.
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