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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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