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Northern Perspective of Kansas-Nebraska Act
Transcript of Northern Perspective of Kansas-Nebraska Act
Missouri Compromise FORCES
SLAVERY UPON GOOD MEN Bibliography This truly un-Ameican act not only will allow selfish southerners to spread their horrid institution of slavery, but it will grant the south a chance to increase their power to further corrupt and weaken the government for their own
selfish purposes. This act will force good men to have to choose between slavery and poverty, something no man should have to choose Missouri Compromise. In order to have the
region have popular sovereignty they had to
get rid of the compromise, and this was a
risk against the truce and agreements made
in the compromise of 1850. This ruined the
chance for slavery to end at this time,
everything was unsettled. "The History Place - Abraham Lincoln: Kansas-Nebraska Act." Thme History Place - Abraham Lincoln: Kansas-Nebraska Act. N.p., n.d. Web. 06 Jan. 2013.
"Kansas-Nebraska Act." Kansas-Nebraska Act. N.p., n.d. Web. 08 Jan. 2013.
"Kansas-Nebraska Act." Kansas-Nebrasa Act: Primary Documents of American History (Virtual Programs & Services, Library of Congress). N.p., n.d. Web. 08 Jan. 2013.
"Topic Page:." Kansas-Nebraska Act. N.p., n.d. Web. 08 Jan. 2013. A Horrible Mistake CORRUPTION! THIS IS BETRAYAL! Why is it that, when the Missouri Compromise clearly states that slavery shall not be introduced to new territories north of the 36' 60', we are even talking about slavery it? It is because of the political power of rich slave owners! If the compromise of 1820 can be ignored than so can the compromise of 1850! Why should we follow the Fugitive Slave Law, if the south can ignore their side of compromises? The Kansas-Nebraska act contradicted the