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David Kim APUSH Imminent Dangers 1. Why did Morse believe that the massive immigration from Europe was part of a vast conspiracy against the United States? He felt it was a vast comspiracy against the US because the Pope is for a monarchy and not democracy, but also so that they can convert everyone else to the religion of the pope. 2. Did he see this conspiracy as primarily religious or political in its means and its ends? He saw the conspiracy as a primarily religious in its mean and its end because it all comes from the Pope and it is for the pope. 3. Was his conspiracy theory logical and his evidence supportable? In other words, did he prove his case? This theory is logical and is supported through facts and observations. 4. Did he acknowledge and argue against his opponents or did he simply disparage them as he believed they disparaged nativists? He disparaged them because he felt they disparaged the natives by calling them names and trying to convert them. 5. Was he against all immigrants?
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Unformatted text preview: He was not against all immigrants, but those of the Jesuits and the followers of the Pope, mostly the Austrians. David Kim APUSH Impending Crisis 1. Did Helper essentially argue that slavery had enslaved the South? How so? He did essentially argue that slavery had enslaved the South because the South is so dependent and also they dont know as much about the country except for what news goes around. They are ignorant and know as much as slaves do. 2. Was he worried about the morality of slavery? Yes because he was angry that they had enslaved these people and that it is wrong in principle and in practice. 3. Why did Helpers attack enrage, and perhaps frighten, southerners more than Lincolns did? Helper was born in the South, and from a southerner, hearing that what the South is well known for would get them madder because hes from the south. Lincoln was from the North, so the southerners werent as mad because they thought me did not understand....
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