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Compromise and Conflict-The Road to warCompromise and Conflict-The Road to war
South. The wealthier north developed industry, farming, and commerce using free labor, while the South maintained its plantation agriculture resting on slave labor. This growing sectionalism threatened the very survival of the United States as
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Chapter 12 Road to Civil War Lesson 1Chapter 12 Road to Civil War Lesson 1
Before the American Revolution, Americans grappled with the issue of slavery, agreeing to a compromise to let the states decide whether to allow slavery
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Examine the constraints in the West that forced people to adapt and explain the cultural outcomes
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Political parties: 1820s to 1850sPolitical parties: 1820s to 1850s
Look at some highly effective political posters. Create a poster of your own for one of the (historical) political parties below. The poster should convey your party’s platform and persuade as many Americans as possible to vote for your party
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Why does Nat Turner say he led a revolt against slavery? What does his account tell us about the radical potential of slave religion?Why does Nat Turner say he led a revolt against slavery? What does his account tell us about the radical potential of slave religion?
Spirit instantly appeared to me and said the Serpent was loosened, and Christ had laid down the yoke he had borne for the sins of Men, and that I should take it on and fight against the Serpent
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Polk and Manifest Destiny – Justifiable Policy or National Disgrace?Polk and Manifest Destiny – Justifiable Policy or National Disgrace?
In the early 1840s, Americans experienced a phenomenon known as “manifest destiny”
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