Missouri Compromise

Missouri Compromise

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  • Northern Free States: Feelings about state additions?
  • The federal government governs everybody so they should decide the free and slave states.
  • I agree!
  • Northern Free States: Feelings about the 36°30′ line?
  • I have bad news, every state below the 36*30 line can become a slave state
  • Northern Free States: Who was involved?
  • Did you hear Lincoln is gonna help us in the Missouri Compromise!
  • The north believed that the federal authority should decide if a state should be a slave state or free state because that's what the wigs believed and they made up most of the northerners along with the republicans.
  • Southern Slave States: Feelings about state additions?
  • Each State has their own voice!
  • The North was against the fact that that line seperated free and slave states because slavery would be expanding west and growing when people in the north wanted to abolish slavery.
  • Southern Slave States: Feelings about the 36°30′ line?
  • This better not be the beginning of the end of slavery
  • John Tyler, Abraham Lincoln, and Steven Douglass were on the north's side and helped them against the South. Douglass wrote all of the compromises at that time and the other two were whigs.
  • Southern Slave States: Who was involved?
  • you keep working because Calhoun is gonna help get more of yall slaves
  • The southerners believed that each state should decide if they are a free or slave state because each state has their own opinion and that is what the democrats believed which made up most of the south.
  • The southerners worried that the Missouri compromise was the first step to abolishing slavery because the 36*30 line limited where slavery could take place. Also, they were happy about the new slave state territory in the west.
  • John C Calhoun, Thomas Jefferson, and Zachory Taylor were all congress men who supported slavery and wanted it to expand west with the compromise of 1820.
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