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the disagreement in the kansas nebraska act and the results for the north and the south
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Weegy: Douglas hoped that would ease relations between the North and the South, ..... Abraham Lincoln aired their disagreement over the Kansas–Nebraska Act in three ... [edit] Results. [ The Kansas–Nebraska Act divided the nation and pointed it ... en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kansas–Nebraska_Act - ]
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The Kansas-Nebraska act reignited the disagreement between pro and anti-slavery factions.
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