some might got to the north side and some didn't because king the 3th want the freedom from them......
southern delegates is for slavery they were trying to keep it. northern delegates is against slavery they were trying to get rid of it.
At the end of the US Civil War, a previous issue with regards to slavery was solved. The 13th Amendment was passed in late 1865 abolishing slavery.
Slavery was not something you could half-abolish.
There were several, but I bet the one you're thinking of was slavery.
The issue of slavery could have been solved without war by people realizing that all people are equal no matter the color of their skin. If people realized this, then the slaves would have been let go with no problems.
the issue is that some people were for slavery, and some were not...the north was mostly opposed and the south was all for it, thats why there are so many african americans in the south today
Delegates viewed them differently because some believed slavery was wrong and others believed they needed slaves for the South.
By counting 60% of slaves for the purposes of representation and taxes. All delegates to the Convention recognized that this was an imperfect compromise to a difficult issue, but many of the delegates redesigning American government didn't want to deal with slavery at all. by counting 60% for all slaves--APEX
the southern delegates would not have signed.
They eventually compromised and did not specifically address the issue of slavery. For the census, they decided to count slaves as being 3/5 of a person.
The delegates knew that the slavery issue could prevent the Constitution from ever being ratified, and the states would have never become a nation. Therefore, they decided to mostly ignore the issue and put off the major decisions to another day. The slave trade was to be banned after 1820, more than 30 years in the future for the delegates; but no plan was made for any eventual end to slavery. One historian noted that when the delegates put off the slavery issue for "another day," that day was the Civil War; a very bad day indeed. The consequences of failing to deal with slavery -- a huge war with nearly 700,000 dead -- are a lesson about what happens when a government decides to do nothing about a terrible issue that must be dealt with.
Once the delegates starting discussingpopulation, the issue of slavery came up. Should enslaved people be counted in a state's population? Many Northern state's wanted to end slavery. Most southern state's, which had many slaves' wanted slavery to continue. Finally a compromise was reached. Every five slaves , or people " bound to service," would be counted as three. In addition, the delegates agreed to end slave with other countries in 1808.
The delegates at the Annapolis Convention declared slavery to be unconstitutional.
It never solved the slavery question. The most serious consecuence was the American Civil War (1861 - 1865)
Could the colonies labor problem have been solved without slavery?
No it was not an issue their!
the abolition of slavery
The issue of expansion of slavery was its expansion and growth into Western territories.
the northern and the south delegates have different ideas about slavery because the southern needed slaves and the northern did not
The South looked at slavery as an economic issue. The North viewed slavery as a moral issue. In the North, slavery was proving to be unprofitable in the North and was dying out by the end of the American Revolution, but in the South white Southerners were increasingly more defensive of slavery.
Yes slavery was and still is an issue in many countries (both legal and illegal).
the issue of slavery is so wrong and causes disgust in many