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Chapter 17 / Exercise 01
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This is a graded discussion:  100 points possible due Apr 7 L12 Commentary Discussion - Commentary Group 3 From  11 unread reply. 11 reply. Instructions: Each team member must post a response to  one  of the questions below. Since this discussion is set up as a "Post First" discussion, you will need to  post a response to the lesson commentary discussion before you can see  anyone else's work. Once your post is submitted, you will be able to review, analyze, and respond  to other student work that has been submitted. If no one else has submitted  work at the time of your submission, you will not be able to see other entries  until they are submitted.   Note:   You can Subscribe to discussion forums at any time; this way you will be notified when someone posts/responds to the forum. As a reminder, you will submit a commentary feedback on  one  of the lesson  commentaries submitted that week by another member of your team. You  should write it on one of the feedback commentaries submitted for either first  or the second lesson commentary. ( Note:  This response should be to a  different commentary than the one you originally responded to; whichever  question you may choose.)   Your choices include: Question 1:   Compare the arguments made by Americans for and against President  Polk’s war against Mexico. What were some of the key points made on each side?  What values or assumptions seemed to underlie these points? Question 2:   The “abolitionist” movement and the “antislavery” Republican party were  not the same thing. What were some of the essential differences between the two?
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Early America In colonial-era North America, the Society of Friends , otherwise known as the Quakers, stood almost alone in professing that slaveholding was incompatible with Christian piety. The Age of Enlightenment and the American Revolution , however, led more Americans to equate the slaves right to freedom with the colonists demand for independence. Consequently, Northern states began the gradual emancipation of their slaves. Although the federal government prohibited slavery in the Northwest Territory in 1787 and banned the trans-Atlantic slave trade in 1808, antislavery agitation dropped off due to the increasing profitability of Southern slavery. Most remaining, antislavery sentiment became channeled through the African Colonization Society , a group founded in 1816 to return blacks to their home continent. Birth of the Movement The modern American abolition movement emerged in the early 1830s as a by-product of religious revivalism popularly known as the Second Great Awakening. Revivalistic tenets led abolitionists to see slavery as the product

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