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Title: 1850's Dbq

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Subject: American History
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Date: February 5, 1997
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The problems arose mainly from the issue of slavery, and came largely after the Mexican war. Although the issue of slavery had never been fully resolved, it became a very heated subject during the 1850’s. The Constitution never took a clear stand on the issue, and the people began to see it more as source of sectional discord and tension and they ultimately began to see it as a failure to the union it had created...

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Much conflict arose on whether Texas and California should be free or slave states. One of the men who tried to resolve this conflict was Henry Clay. Along with Stephen Douglas, he drafted what came to be known as the Compromise of 1850. It declared California a free state, abolished the slave trade in D...

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