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Q: How did the South react to the agitation of the abolitionists?
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How did the south react to the dred Scott decition?

They were as delighted as the Abolitionists were offended. It appeared to mean that slavery was legal in every state of the Union.

How did the northern react to the fugitive slave act?

Northern Abolitionists did not react favorably to the Fugitive Slave Act. This is because it supported the cause they were against.

How did the abolitionists affect South Carolina?

they sarted a war with them

Where did the abolitionists come from?

abolitionists were mostly from the northern states because in the south slaves were used to work but in the north they had free labor.

What is the name given to people who were against slavery in the south?

They were the abolitionists.

How did the southerners react to the abolitionists?

Southerners reacted negatively to abolitionists because they saw them as a threat to their economic and social way of life, which depended heavily on slavery. They viewed abolitionists as undermining their property rights and inciting slave revolts. This led to heightened tensions between the North and the South in the years leading up to the Civil War.

South defend itself against the attacks of abolitionists?

A way the south fought against abolitionists attacks was by claiming that slavery was supported by the Bible and wisdom of Aristotle this from the American pageant book

How did the southerns react to john brown at the Harper ferry?

It made them think that the Abolitionists wanted an armed revolution of slaves.

Why were many northern abolitionists against how cotton was produced in the south?


What has the author Publius written?

Publius has written: 'Address to the Whigs of the state of New-York on abolition and agitation /by Publius' -- subject(s): Politics and government, Compromise of 1850, Whig Party (N.Y.), Slavery, Abolitionists

Only a few Free Soilers were abolitionists who wanted to end slavery in the South?


Only a frew free soilers were abolitionists who wanted to end slave in the south?