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he wrote as an attempt to remove the states necessity to succeed. Although Calhoun agreed that states were entitled to rights, his goal was to bring unity, this did not exactly work out as Calhoun planned. A third major area of disagreement that does not come with a specific episode, but arguable many, is the issue over slavery in regards to expansion. As the United States began to acquire more land from Mexico, states struggled to agree with whether these states would be free or slave states. Failure to get on the same page led to massive campaigns, some of which were violent and eventually carries us into the civil war.
From these major divisions we see the creation of more denominations. As leaders begin to arise, movements also happen, leading to westward migration, and division of geographical regions. After the division the churches began to expand in membership and in area leading us to eventually create some of the universities and establishments in modern day America.

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