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What did Henry Clay have to do with the compromise of 1850?

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he made it The Compromise of 1850

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Henry Clay made the compromise of 1850.

The Compromise of 1850 was written by a man named Henry Clay .

Henry Clay was the one who drafted the compromise of 1850 and the Missouri compromise of 1820.

The Missouri Compromise was not 1850 but 1820, and it was engineered by the politician Henry Clay. It was also Clay, in his old age, who was called out of retirement to engineer the Compromise of 1850.

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The main creator of the compromise was Henry Clay, but was helped by Stephen Douglas.

Northern Democrats and Southern Whigs did support the Compromise.

The original Compromise of 1850 failed to pass the Senate. Stephen Douglas helped Henry Clay by dividing the Compromise into 5 smaller bills and was able to push the bills through the Senate.

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The role that Stephen Douglas played in the Compromise of 1850 is he drafted the component bills. He did this with Henry Clay.

Henry Clay was the key organizer of the Compromise of 1850. This law made it illegal to trade slaves in the District of Columbia.

Senator Henry Clay drafted the compromise of 1850, the compromise consisted of a series of laws (5 bills ) which attempted to resolve territorial and slavery issues

Henry Clay's viewpoint about the Union was that the Compromise of 1850,(California becomes a free state) would upset the balance between free states and slave states,which concludes that Henry Clay gave the Union more power with the Compromise of 1850.

The Missouri Compromise was finalized between September 9 and 20 in the year 1850.

The Compromise of 1850 was proposed by Henry Clay in obviously 1850. This stated that in order for CA to be admitted into the union that five things had to happen.

Whig senator Henry Clay was the key organizer of the Compromise of 1850. The Compromise of 1850 was actually a set of five separate bills, involving state boundary, territory status, and slavery issues.

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