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Lewis Cass proposed his ideas that would later be known as popular sovereignty in an effort to _______________. a. calm tensions between the northern and southern states. c. provide Congress with increased jurisdiction. b. conteract the violence that errupted in the southern colonies. d. ensure all new territory acquired by the United States would not participate in the slave trade.
Weegy: Lewis Cass proposed his ideas that would later be known as popular sovereignty in an effort to (D) ensure all new territory acquired by the United States would not participate in the slave trade. (More)
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What senator and fiery abolitionist delivered a speech in 1856 that accused pro-slavery senators of forcing Kansas into the ranks of slave states? a. David Atchison c. Andrew Butler b. Charles Sumner d. Stephen Douglas
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The dissolution of the Union began in the state where anti-Northern secessionist sentiment had long been intense: a. Kansas. c. Kentucky. b. Georgia. d. South Carolina.
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The dissolution of the Union began in South Carolina where anti-Northern secessionist sentiment had long been intense.

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“I cannot raise my hand against my birthplace, my home, my children.” —Robert E. Lee When General Lee spoke the words above, you would expect that he was speaking of a. a pro-slavery position that he had taken in a Congressional debate. b. a pro-secession attitude that he was demanding. c. his loyalty to the South. d. his anti-Union feelings.
Weegy: I cannot raise my hand against my birthplace, my home, my children.” —Robert E. Lee When General Lee spoke the words above, you would expect that he was speaking of c. [ his loyalty to the South. ] (More)
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