History: North Vs South

History: North Vs South
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  • The North
  • Northern Free States: Feeling about State Additions
  • Yes,  we want America to expand, but slavery should not be spread
  • The north should not allow slavery to move west
  • The North
  • Northern Free States: Feelings About 36*30' Line
  • We want more states for ourselves, so the 36*30' line is good
  • But we don't want the south to possibly gain slave states too, far West
  • The North
  • Northern States: Who was Involved?
  • I'm so excited to see Henry Clay and John Fillmore talk tonight
  • Yes, they're truly leading figures in Northern politics. Do you like my outfit?
  • The South
  • The northerners thought that slavery was a thing of the past, and did not believe that compromising on expansion would benefit the north.
  • Southern Slave States: Feelings About State Additions
  • We are fine we expanding West, even if it gives the North an advantage.
  • The South
  • They thought that it was good, because it gave more land to them rather than the south, but they didn't like that slavery was moving west.
  • Southern Slave States: Beliefs About States' Rights?
  • States should be able to nullify any laws that they don't agree with
  • The South
  • Henry Clay and John Fillmore both took part in  politics and tried to pass bills benefiting the North
  • Southern Slave States: Fears About Compromise
  • We want to expand West, but we fear that slavery will be abolished
  • They thought that it was good, because it gave more land to them rather than the south, but they didn't like that slavery was moving west.
  • Yes, because once we move further West, we will gain the advantage in Congress
  • They believed that states should have the rights to nullify federal laws that they believed unconstitutional.  
  • They were afraid it was going to be abolished, and that it would benefit the north.
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