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(LC)The Kansas-Nebraska Act concerned which issue? a the right of Northerners to own slaves b the sale of federal lands to slave owners c the expansion of slavery into new territories d the return of slaves who had escaped from the South
The Kansas-Nebraska Act concerned the expansion of slavery into new territories.
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The Kansas-Nebraska Act concerned the expansion of slavery into new territories.
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