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What controversy was reignited by the war with Mexico?

Slavery in gained territories.


What bill unsuccessfully attempted to ban slavery in any territory gained for the war with mexico?

The bill that unsuccessfully attempted to ban slavery in Mexico was The Wilmot Proviso.


What were the central aspects of sectionalism and the slavery debate from the Mexican war to the US Civil War?

The Mexican-War reignited the slavery question, as many of the acquired lands from Mexico became pro-slavery states territories. For example, Texas and New Mexico became pro-slavery while California and Utah didn't. Ultimately, this led to the American Civil War.


Was the unites states justified in going to war with Mexico?

The United States was Not justified in going to war with Mexico Because Polk Provoked it , Robbery Of Texas , and growth of slavery.


What situation was right after the war Mexico?

The slavery question. As the Mexican War was fostered by pro-slavery interests, it resulted in the American Civil War just 13 years later.


Was slavery illegal in all of the states that were in the Union at the Civil War?

no it was not during the war Texas was still part of Mexico


What was the effect of the wilmot proviso?

The Wilmot Proviso was designed to outlaw slavery in territories acquired from the War of Mexico. One of the effects was a political party that became dedicated to stopping the spread of slavery.


The Wilmot Proviso specifically provided for?

The prohibition of slavery in lands acquired from Mexico in the Mexican War.


Did Mexico make slavery illegal or legal?

Mexico banned slavery. This enraged Texian ranchers (already slave owners), who sought to secede from Mexico. This sparked the Texas Revolution (1835-1836) and eventually, the Mexican-American War (1846-1848).


What was the issue of slavery decided in the territory ceded by Mexico?

Former Mexican territories were supposed to ban slavery, except Texas. This was defined ion the Wilmot Proviso (1846). However, it was not enforced, and caused further divisions between pro-slavery states and the North. It resulted in the American Civil War (1861-1865).


Following the Mexican-American War which issue broke party unity and divided Congress largely along sectional lines?

The extension of slavery into territories acquired from mexico


What were the issues that divided the country after the war with Mexico?

Slavery and manifest destiny, which were the real reasons behind such conflict.