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Why were abolitionists outraged by the Dred Scott Supreme Court decision? A. It allow the slave trade to continue in the South. B. It declared slaves to be in bondage even in free states or territories. C. It declared an end to slavery in the South. D. It expanded slavery to California.
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User: Why were abolitionists outraged by the Dred Scott Supreme Court decision? A. It allow the slave trade to continue in the South. B. It declared slaves to be in bondage even in free states or territories. C. It declared an end to slavery in the South. D. It expanded slavery to California.

Weegy: It declared slaves to be in bondage even in free states or territories. -is why abolitionists were outraged by the Dred Scott Supreme Court decision.
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User: What was one of President Lincoln's major frustrations early in the Civil War? A. Overly aggressive military leaders B. Lack of aggressive military leadership C. Too many railroads to defend effectively D. Lack of manpower

Weegy: Lack of aggressive military leadership was one of President Lincoln's major frustrations early in the Civil War.
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User: What was the goal of supporters of Manifest Destiny? A. To have the United States control territory from the Atlantic to the Pacific Oceans B. To limit the number of immigrants coming into the United States C. To have the United States conquer Canada D. To abolish slavery in the United States

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To have the United States control territory from the Atlantic to the Pacific Oceans was the goal of supports of Manifest Destiny.
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