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final review hist - Fugitive slave act Common enemy...

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Hist 156: 3 essays one in the syllabus and then 2 options (1) from each study guide. Study session next week….check emailllll Try to sift through what is relevant and what has been talked about in class/ discussion. Course evalss Why did we have a civil war? Racial Discrimination Slavery Differences between the north and the south culturally. Settlement. Religion. abolition (spiritually motivated) MORALITY! Compromises. Economics different means, factories/agriculture.
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Unformatted text preview: Fugitive slave act. Common enemy. State’s rights. North going against the principle of democracy. The south was bringing a lot of wealth into the country and the north was using it and the south felt disrespected because the north was using it to bring up their own prosperity. Tariff! KING COTTON! Legislation: Dred Scott decision. 1830s democrats and wigs both trying to contest elections in EVERY state (both north and south)...
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