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33. The passage of the Fugitive Slave Act A. intensified the debate over slavery. B. upset southerners as much as northerners. C. was readily accepted by northerners in the spirit of compromise. D. upset southerners as much as northerners, but was readily accepted by northerners in the spirit of compromise. E. None of these answers is correct. Answer: A
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TB-13 | 8 35. In the 1850s, in an effort to undercut the Fugitive Slave Act, some northern states
Page: 303 36. In the 1850s, the “Young America” movement
Page: 303 37. The 1854 Ostend Manifesto A. enraged southern slave-owners. B. was directed at limiting England’s influence in the Caribbean. C. was part of an attempt by the United States to acquire Cuba. D. saw several European powers denounce American slavery. E. prohibited slavery in the Hawaiian Islands. Answer: C
Page: 303 38. In the 1850s, the issue of slavery complicated the proposal to build a transcontinental railroad, as
Page: 304 39. The 1853 Gadsden Purchase
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