The Compromise Of 1850.
Henry Clay was able to keep peace between the North and South for 30 + years, and so that is a compromise.
The Missouri Compromise of 1820 had preserved the balance by laying down a line of latitude, North of which slavery would be illegal. South of the line, new states could practise slavery. This allowed the South to feel equally-represented in Congress. The Compromise kept the peace for thirty years.
Copperheads were Northerners who did not want to go to Civil War. Rather, they wanted peace and to try and find a compromise with the South.
No - in the North. It banned slavery anywhere North of the parallel that marked Missouri's Southern border. This was a successful compromise which kept the peace for thirty years.
No. It kept the peace for thirty years. Neither side was satisfied with it. Fortunately, they were both equally dissatsfied, and this kept the balance.
By drawing a clear line in the sand. Anywhere North of that parallel was free soil. This kept the peace for thirty years, until the admission of California, which was too big to fit the terms of the Compromise.
North and South disagreed anyway about extending slavery into the West. The Missouri Compromise (1820)drew a line in the sand - anywhere North of that line, slavery would be illegal. It kept the peace for thirty years.
The compromise of 1850 was made to bring peace to the North and South. It was at the line of latitude below Missouri all the way to the East Coast.
Thirty years of peace, owing to the simplicity of the solution - a clear line in the sand, with no slavery allowed to the North of it. It was the admission of California - too big to fit the terms of the Compromise - that led to the scrambled Compromise of 1850, which did not hold.
No. The Missouri Compromise of 1820 allowed slavery in those parts of the Louisiana Purchase that were South of the line. North of the line, it was illegal. This simple and sensible compromise kept the peace for thirty years.
The Korean Armistice Agreement was designed to keep peace between the north and south areas of Korea. This agreement had a slogan of "one people."
None. It was a successful compromise that kept the peace for thirty years.
By drawing a line in the sand. Anywhere North of that line was free soil. This kept the peace for thirty years.
Draw a line in the sand - everywhere North of a certain latitude was free soil. It kept the peace for thirty years, until the admission of the vast new territory of California required a new Compromise.
In July of 1969 President Nixon threatened to restart bombing if peace talks didn't resume between North and South Vietnam. Peace talks finally did resume in April of 1972.
The Missouri Compromise of 1820 was meant to settle the slavery question by drawing a line in the sand, North of which slavery would be illegal. It kept the peace for thirty years, until the new territories acquired from Mexico necessitated a new compromise. This one did not last.
The Great Law Of Peace allowed the wars to stop between the French in North America and the Iroquois
"peace in our time"
Various compromises, of which the Missouri Compromise was the most effective. It kept the peace for thirty years.
Other way round. It was the disagreements between North and South that provoked the Civil War. The Compromise of 1850 was an attempt to keep the peace, but in order to get California admitted as a free state, Congress had to make concessions to the South, including the controversial Fugitive Slave Act, which allowed the employment of official slave-catchers to hunt down runaways. This raised the temperature of the whole debate.
Drew a line in the sand - everywhere North of that parallel (Missouri's Southern border) to be free soil. It kept the peace for thirty years, until the admission of California as one big state could not meet the terms of the Compromise.
There are many places in history where people have signed truces and made claims to peace. The Demilitarized Zone between North and South Korea where peace talks is Panmunjom.