In the aftermath of the uprisings of Vesey and Turner, many Southern states passed harsher slave laws for the purpose of intimidating slaves to reduce the likelihood of future uprisings. Vesey and Turner refers to Denmark Vesey and Nat Turner.
The people from the northern and southern states acted very happy with it
The policy of reconcentration
the national assembly didnt do much they just persuaded louis not to react because louis was scared he tried to escape but he failed the bastille is the uprising
11 of them decided to secede from the Union.
Lincoln's election brought about secession from the United States and the formation of the Confederacy.
They sent a bunch of tanks and troops to defeat it. Successfully.
The RCMP were sent to put down the uprising which was disrupting the operations of the city.
They rebelled in the Waraw Ghetto Uprising (April-May, 1943).
Until there was an uprising in the 1300's they followed directions. Not following directions could mean death.
They respond by encouraging breeding among the slave-families, and a vigorous trade at slave-auctions.
NC refused to send troops to subject their sister southern states.
the most famous rebellion was led by nat turner in 1831.
they react cause they wanted buns on the bout
a. They feared desegregation would lead to violence and chaos in some southern states.
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The United States withdrew troops from Somalia.
They joined the United States to fight the Spanish.
In the Dred Scott case, the Supreme Court had declared that slavery was protected by the Constitution. So the South felt it was acting lawfully, and that Congress was incorrect in trying to outlaw slavery.
the help of the states
They started to succeed ,originally the only reason the Civil War actually started was because Lincoln didn't want to lose southern states , but he used it to end slavery also.
slavery was vital to southern life, many residents feared that their way of life was attacked
They vowed to oppose the Brown ruling through all "lawful means."
Most Americans wanted the United States to stay out of foreign conflicts