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The Missouri Compromise allowed two new states into the Union, both were slave states which maintained the balance of power in the Congress. true or false?
The Missouri Compromise allowed two new states into the Union, both were slave states which maintained the balance of power in the Congress. FALSE.
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The Missouri Compromise allowed two new states into the Union, both were slave states which maintained the balance of power in the Congress. FALSE.
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