yes - 1. Analyze the effectiveness of political compromise...

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1. Analyze the effectiveness of political compromise in reducing sectional tensions in the period 1820 to 1861. List the compromise, the year, and the effects that it had. (Basically, all the compromises sucked and just made tensions worse.) WHITE POWER 1. Missouri Compromise of 1820: Prohibited slavery north of the 36°30’ parallel. Initially helped soothe tensions between the North and the South, but caused tensions to rise again as more territory was gained north of the line. The Crittenden Compromise was rejected for attempting to extend the 36°30’ boundary. 2. Compromise Tariff of 1833 - Compromise after the Tariff of abominations, created high tensions between North and South. South Carolina threatened to secede unless tariff rates were lowered. 3. Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854: Popular sovereignty. Kansas was to be a slave state and Nebraska a free in an unspoken agreement. Repealed the Missouri Compromise, tensions high between North and South. Both wanted the states for themselves so they rushed into both states. At the last minute, pro-slavery people rushed into Kansas and voted for slavery and thus made Kansas a slave state. The
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2012 for the course ECON 103 taught by Professor Mr.sir during the Spring '12 term at Universidad de Granada.

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