Stronger in mass where irish immigration pouring in Not talking of slavery

Stronger in mass where irish immigration pouring in

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Stronger in mass where irish immigration pouring in Not talking of slavery Republican party Anti-slavery Anti-kansas-nebraska Not abolitionists, more jacksonian, slavery is threat to me, corrupting politics Anti-slave power more like Election of 1856 James buchanan (doughface democrat) Sweeps south and wins 4 free states John freemont (repub) wins the north, not a single southern state Milliard fillmore (american, know-nothing) Anti-immigration party Only carries maryland Political chain reaction after kansas-nebraska National party headquarters didn’t like sectional issues, but local ones did By 1856, democrats are a southern majority party More southern in participation means become more southern in its policies Stephen douglas’ challenge Win back the north w/o losing the south How to solve slavery question once and for all so that it is no longer a political issue Then we can get back to economic issues Pop sov in practice Bleeding kansas Previously couldn’t take slaves into kansas b/c it was free soil and b/c of missouri compromisie Now settlers can decide for themselves Issa mess Anti and pro slavery ppl move into kansas Neither side willing to allow events to take their natural crouse Mini civil far, both sides fight Brooks sumner affair Speech in congress Attack southern democrat
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“This guy wants to rape maiden of kansas” He gets beaten by a cane by preston brooks Shows northerners that slavery creates violence Southerners like preston brooks, protecting his views Dred scott case Dred scott vs sanford Chief justice roger taney Thinks black americans are not citizens thus have no legal rights Slaveholders as citizens can’t be deprived of their property w/o due process of law and have the right to take their property into any national territory therefore the missouri compromises was unconstitutional Northerners outraged Slave power Slaveholder court Democracy in action - lincoln douglas debates Arguing about status of slavery in america Both argue that founding fathers are on their side Citing different documents Which nation? 1776 or 1788? Douglas Constitution is founding doc Slavery is a political and local issue Father condoned it 3/5ths and fugitive slave clauses Slavery written into constitution Status of slavery in west should be left up to local settlers to decide themselves Pop sov Founding fathers ambivalent to slavery Lincoln Dec of ind is the founding doc, birth certificate Slavery is a moral and national question Fathers opposed it All men created equal Founding fathers hate slavery but didn’t know how to end it Slavery must be kept out of west and put back “where our fathers left it” on the road to “ultimate extinction” Wilmot proviso Both se jacksonian vocab Someone is out to get you If you vote for me i’ll protect you Douglass
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