Among the vocal opponents of the Mexican American War was Question 13 options

Among the vocal opponents of the mexican american war

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Question 13 (1 point)Among the vocal opponents of the Mexican-American War was: Question 13 options:Thomas O. Larkin.John Slidell.Abraham Lincoln.John Tyler.
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John L. O’Sullivan. Question 14 (1 point)What was a significant influence on Texas commander in chief Sam Houston? Question 15 (1 point)Which of the following statements about the Mexican-American War isFALSE? Question 16 (1 point)The Republic of Texas: Question 17 (1 point)
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How did the Mexican-American War ultimately deepen sectional divisions in the United States? Question 17 options:All the territories acquired were immediately opened to slavery.Slavery was prohibited in all the territories acquired.Slaves who fought in the war began rebelling for their freedom in the South.The newly acquired territories fueled a violent debate over the extension of slavery into them.Southern states refused to recognize the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo. Question 18 (1 point)As president, James Polk’s top priority was to:
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