Antebellum Reform

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What do these maps reveal about the issue of slavery in the territories?
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What precipitated the next crisis on the horizon? • Stephen Douglas’  political and  economic  ambitions
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What did Douglas propose? Kansas-Nebraska Act—1854 Two new territories Repealed the Missouri Compromise Replaced with popular sovereignty
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What were the consequences of the Kansas-Nebraska Act? Destroyed the Whig party Collapse of the 2 nd party system (W/D) Bleeding Kansas Emergence of new parties
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What new political parties emerged and why? Compete with the Democrats Know-Nothings Republicans—“Free soil, free men, free labor”
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What was the next conflict after the Kansas-Nebraska Act? One of the most controversial Supreme Court decisions in history—Dred Scott— 1857
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Southerners, like all Americans, defended their liberty against any perceived threats.
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