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What question does the adverb clause answer? Let's write our compositions now so that we can go to the basketball game. when where how why under (on) what condition compare/contrast
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The idea that instead of Congress, a territory itself should decide if it would like to be a free state or a slave state was known as _____. sectionalism manifest destiny secession popular sovereignty
Weegy: Answer: "squatter sovereignty" in which the people living in the territory could decide the issue when a territorial legislature was convened. [ With the failure of the Wilmot Proviso, Senator Lewis Cass introduced the idea of popular sovereignty in Congress. In an attempt to hold the Congress together as it continued to divide along sectional, rather than party lines, Cass proposed that Congress did not have the power to determine whether territories could allow slavery since this was not an enumerated power listed in the Constitution. Instead Cass proposed that the people living in the territories themselves should decide the slavery issue. For the Democrats, the solution was not as clear as it appeared. Northern Democrats called for "squatter sovereignty" in which the people living in the territory could decide the issue when a territorial legislature was convened. Southern Democrats disputed this idea arguing that the issue of slavery must be decided at the time of adoption of a state constitution when the request was made to Congress for admission as a state. Cass and other Democratic leaders failed to clarify the issue so that neither section of the country felt slighted as the election approached. After Cass' defeat in 1848, Illinois Senator Stephen Douglas assumed a leading role in the party and became closely associated with popular sovereignty with his proposal of the Kansas-Nebraska Act. ] (More)
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Identify the complete adverb clause. After I went to bed last night, the telephone rang twice.
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After I went to bed last night, the telephone rang twice.
Adverb clause: After I went to bed last night
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A territory itself should decide if it would like to be a free state or a slave state was known as popular sovereignty.
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What political scandal involved the president and top government aids in the concealment of a federal burglary crime? Vietnamization Watergate Iran-Contra Affair Teapot Dome
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Watergate scandal involved the president and top government aids in the concealment of a federal burglary crime.
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