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What was the New England Emigrant Aid Society? It helped people move to Kansas to vote for slavery. It helped people move to Kansas to vote against slavery. It helped to set up abolitionist communities. It financed the moving of pro-slavery people into Kansas.
Weegy: What was the New England Emigrant Aid Society It financed the moving of pro-slavery people into Kansas. User: Which of the following made the act seem so appealing to many people? It would allow for popular sovereignty. Congress would not decide on the slavery issue there. It would give the border ruffians an edge in deciding the issue. It would give a clear edge to the Southern states. (More)
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Which of the following would best classify John Brown? compromiser soldier agitator pacifist
Weegy: Pacifist "John Brown believes slavery is a state of war and must be met in kind. Most abolitionists are pacifists. They believe in opposing slavery with words and education. [ John Brown derides that as milk-and-water abolitionism. ] User: John Brown maintained that slavery would only be done away with through _____. political compromise a policy of non-violence violent conflict a new president Weegy: John Brown maintained that slavery would only be done away with through violent conflict. When Brown was twelve years old, he saw an African American boy mistreated; this incident, he said, led him to declare "eternal war with slavery." He felt that slavery could be destroyed only with bloodshed, deciding in 1839 that the South should be invaded and the slaves freed at gunpoint. Read more: John Brown Biography - life, family, children, name, death, history, son, old, information, born, house User: To many people, especially in the North, they would be fighting the war to _____. keep the Union intact promote the Fugitive Slave Law stop immigration stop the slave trade from Africa Weegy: keep the Union intact[ User: The main aspect of the Kansas-Nebraska Act was to _____. maintain a balance of power within the Senate keep slavery below the 36°30' line allow slavery to expand anywhere it could allow popular sovereignty Weegy: Compare and contrast the respective views of God, Jesus, faith and morality in Jonathan Edwards's "from The Diary" selection and Thomas Paine's The Age of Reason selection? (More)
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