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Title: Slavery

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Subject: History
Author: Robin R
Date: December 28, 2014
Level: University
Grade: A
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This made southerners outraged. This was just beginning of the tension between the North and South. Also, the Compromise of 1850 rose more tension. California wanted to become a free state and of course south politicians had a hissy fit like the North did when Missouri wanted to become a slave state...

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Now, this would not have been a problem if not for slavery. Also many conflicts were brought about because of slavery. Bleeding Kansas became the catchword for the escalating violence over slavery. There was bloodshed all the way to capitol hill. At one point in 1856 congressman Prestor Brooks of South Carolina entered the nearly empty Senate chamber and beat Massachusetts Senator Charles Sumner with a cane...

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