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477.Which group did critics of slavery appeal to, arguing that the peculiar institution ran counter to its interests?478.How did South Carolina congressman Preston Brooks react to Senator Charles Sumner’s series of antislavery speeches?479.What was at the crux of the argument debated before the Supreme Court?480.Whether or not slavery was constitutional481.Whether or not states could re-enslave African Americans who had previously received their freedom482.Whether or not U.S. citizenship extended to African Americans483.Which of the following statements does not reflect the Supreme Court’s decision in the Dred Scott case of 1857?484.The Supreme Court ruled that African Americans be granted citizenship in the United States.485.The Supreme Court ruled that the Missouri Compromise of 1820 was unconstitutional.486.The Supreme Court ruled that African Americans could not sue in the courts of the United States.487.Why was Dred Scott’s case considered groundbreaking?488.He helped many of his fellow slaves sue in the US courts for their freedom.489.He helped establish the status of African Americans, free or enslaved, as U.S. citizens.490.He was the first slave to attempt to use U.S. law to his advantage and sue for his freedom.491.What abolitionist led a group of free-state supporters, hoping to protect those in Kansas who shared his views, before leading the Pottawatomie Massacre?492.What name was given to Missouri residents who traveled to Kansas to cast votes in favor of slavery?493.What name was given to the siege in which slavery advocates in Kansas destroyed printing presses, fired cannons, and burned down a local hotel?494.How did Scott ultimately manage to secure his freedom despite being denied by the Supreme Court?495.Through the pure chance of his owner marrying an abolitionist.496.By outliving his owner and becoming emancipated upon her death.497.By appealing to his owner’s conscience and convincing her to set him free.498.What happened to Dred Scott after the U.S. Supreme Court denied his right to sue in the courts in 1857?
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499.Physically and emotionally worn out from the attempts to gain his freedom, Dred Scott died after the Supreme Court issued its decision.500.Dred Scott fled the country to Canada in order to gain his freedom.501.Sympathetic to his plight, Dred Scott’s original owners granted him his freedom shortly before he died.502.11.5 Political Polarization503.paragraph.504.The election of 1860 looked more like two separate elections than a nationwide one. Republican candidate Abraham Lincoln did not even appear on southern ballots, whereas the South’s candidate,, made no efforts to explain himself to the North. Meanwhile, candidate Stephen A. Douglas warned against voting along sectional lines, and the UnionistParty hoped to soothe tensions over slavery by pledging “the Union as it is, the Constitution unchanged.” Even so, the nation divided along sectional lines on election day. Lincoln carried every northern state except, which he split with Douglas. Breckinridge

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