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Madison to write this: “It seems now to be pretty well understood that the real difference of interests lies not between the large and small but between the northern and southern states. The institution of slavery and its consequences form the line
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By 1860, the Constitution, originally framed as an instrument of national unity, had become a source of sectional discord and ultimately contributed to the failure of the union it had created.”
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Declaration of Independence, Jefferson wrote a paragraph condemning slavery in his first draft of the Declaration. He included this paragraph in his list of complaints against King George III
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Jim crow laws american Civil War 1861-1865Jim crow laws american Civil War 1861-1865
By 1860, slavery was on its way out. Most of the Northern states in America had stopped using slaves, as they realised it was unfair and unjust, and started building factories to produce their goods instead
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