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What were the three components of the Missouri Compromise User: Which of the following is not characteristic of the Tallmadge Amendment? As a group, the Southern representatives supported the amendment. Children of slaves would be free when they reached 25 years of age. Slavery would be forbidden in Missouri
Weegy: b)Children of slaves would be free when they reached 25 years of age. User: The Missouri Compromise was introduced by: James Tallmadge Daniel Webster John C. Calhoun Henry Clay Question #4MultipleChoice Score: Which of the following statements is true of Missouri? admission as a free state would change the balance of powermany of the settlers were slaveowners from the Souththe Tallmadge Amendment established slavery in Missouri Question #5MultipleChoice Score: What best defines compromise? the Louisiana Purchasepassage of the Tallmadge AmendmentMissouri was admitted as a slave state; Maine as a free state Question #6MultipleChoice Score: What event brought about the Missouri Compromise? the Mexican Revolution in 1821Alabama was admitted as a slave stateMaine was admitted as a free state Weegy: Please ask one question at a time. (More)
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What were the three components of the Missouri Compromise User: The Missouri Compromise was introduced by: James Tallmadge Daniel Webster John C. Calhoun Henry Clay
Weegy: The Missouri Compromise was introduced by Henry Clay. User: Which of the following statements is true of Missouri? admission as a free state would change the balance of power many of the settlers were slaveowners from the South the Tallmadge Amendment established slavery in Missouri Question #5MultipleChoice Score: What best defines compromise? the Louisiana Purchasepassage of the Tallmadge AmendmentMissouri was admitted as a slave state; Maine as a free state Question #6MultipleChoice Score: What event brought about the Missouri Compromise? the Mexican Revolution in 1821Alabama was admitted as a slave stateMaine was admitted as a free state Weegy: Please ask one question at a time. User: Which of the following statements is true of Missouri? admission as a free state would change the balance of power many of the settlers were slaveowners from the South the Tallmadge Amendment established slavery in Missouri (More)
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