Lecture Outline 14, The Union in Peril

Lecture Outline 14, The Union in Peril - Lecture 14, The...

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1Lecture 14, The Union in Peril Introduction: a. Period under consideration: 1848 to 1861 b. Factors that led to Civil War: i. . sectional dispute over the extension of slavery into the western territories ii. breakdown of the political party system. iv. an intensifying emotional and ideological split between the north and south. 1) Slavery in the Territories: a. Compromises leading up to war: The Missouri Compromise (1820) Tariff compromise (1833) Compromise over gag rule (1836) b. Compromises . .. were temporarily successful. allowed the two-party system to maintain its inter-sectional membership. c. Free Soil or Constitutional Protection? US acquired . .. California Nevada Utah Arizona New Mexico Will these areas be slave or free? Wilmot Proviso (1846) declared that slavery could never exist in territories acquired from Mexico. Both parties asked, . .. “Did Congress have a right to prohibit the spread of slavery? ” d. Popular Sovereignty and the Election of 1848 There still existed possible solutions to disagreement over slavery.
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course HIST 1103 taught by Professor Rohrer during the Spring '06 term at Oklahoma State.

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Lecture Outline 14, The Union in Peril - Lecture 14, The...

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