Asked in Slavery
What are the consequences of slavery?
What were the consequences of the declaration of independence?
Asked in Abraham Lincoln
What are the consequences due to the Lincoln Douglas debates?
Some consequences of the debates over slavery between Douglas and Lincoln were that although Lincoln won the slavery rights, Douglas wasn't voted for presidency. Thus leaving him powerless. He wanted to debate the slavery rights with Lincoln, which Lincoln won. Some of Lincoln's consequences were that Lincoln lost the Senate race in 1858. Although on the bright side he won the next time in 1860 for presidency.
Why were the Radical Republicans considered radical?
The radical wing of the Republican Party were termed as such because of their insistence that slavery be abolished without regard to what the consequences might be. They were in fact abolitionists. Moderate Republicans and moderate Democrats understood that an immediate end to slavery might have unpleasant social and economic consequences. During the US Civil War they demanded that the war was fought to end slavery. Moderates sought to unify the Union first and deal with slavery later.
Asked in Mexican-American War
What were the political consequences of the Mexican-American War?
Asked in Founding Fathers, American Revolution
One of the consequences of colonial rhetoric about liberty and rights was?
What might have been the consequences of the framers of the Constitution attempting to abolish slavery in 1787?
What were Thomas Jefferson's conditions for ending slavery in 1820?
Thomas Jefferson had a hand in politics long after his terms as US president ended. In 1820, the Missouri Compromise was being "hammered out' and Jefferson had ideas concerning the Compromise and the ending of slavery. He believed the nation could endure all economic consequences of abolishing slavery. His condition for ending slavery and to avoid all the political and social strife this would cause, meant the colonization of the freed slaves.
What was radical Republican in the middle of the 19th century?
The Republican Party was created in 1854. Its main objective was to abolish slavery in the US. Among the members of this arty was a group known as radical Republicans. They wanted slavery to be abolished at once no matter what the economic or social consequences might be the result. Moderate Republicans like President Lincoln sought a slower and constitutional solution to gradually abolish slavery.
Asked in US Civil War
What were the direct consequences of the US Civil War?
The direct consequences of the US Civil War were the following: A. Slavery was abolished; B. With the War behind them, the USA could focus on expanding the nation westward; C. A strong military was now part of the establishment; and D. The Southern States were depleted from the War and its rebuilding was an arduous task.
What were the consequences of the battle of Atlanta GA?
Was the south of slavery against slavery or for slavery?
What long lasting consequences did the presidential election of 1860 have on the United States?
The US presidential elections of 1860 had long term consequences for the USA. Abraham Lincoln's election led directly to the US Civil War. Lincoln did not start the war and clearly the blame was on the South. Ultimately the war was the spike in the heat of the South, so to speak that led to the abolishment of slavery in the US.
Asked in US Civil War
What were the causes and consequences of the American Civil War?
The main cause for the American Civil War was that the South wanted to keep slavery and the North wanted to abolish slavery. A consequence of the war was that most of the South had to be rebuilt after the war ended. Population in the South was also decreased because many people had to go north to find work.