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Q: Who were the two participants in the great debate over slavery prior to the election of 1858? Jefferson Davis Stephen Douglas Ulysses S.Grant Hannibal Hamlin Abraham Lincoln
A: Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis
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User: Who were the two participants in the great debate over slavery prior to the election of 1858? Jefferson Davis Stephen Douglas Ulysses S.Grant Hannibal Hamlin Abraham Lincoln

Weegy: Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis
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User: The bitter confrontations between proslavery and antislavery factions earned the new Kansas territory the name Bloody Kansas. True or False

Weegy: This is true



User: What best characterizes the doctrine of popular sovereignty? a.)Missouri was admitted as a slave state; b.)Maine as a free state c.)the issue of slavery in the territories was to be decided through governmental bodies d.)Congress could determine the issue of slavery in the territories

Weegy: b.)Maine as a free state
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