What problem did Missouri create when they applied for statehood?
The area that was to become the state of Missouri had slaves. Various proposed legislation put restrictions on Missouri with respect to slavery in order for it to become a state. Eventually, the state was allowed to be admitted as a slave state.
Why did the Missouri territory's application for statehood in 1819 create such a storm of controversy in the united states congress?
Missouri applied to be admitted as a slave state, and if admitted, would: A: Tip the balance of the federal Senate to the slave states, 24-22 B: Create a large lump of slave-permitting territory jutting out into the plains. Northerners didn't want the Senate to get off balance, and also didn't want the South to use Missouri as a springboard to creating more slave states in the plains.
The Missouri Compromise allowed Missouri to be entered as a slave state. It also made it possible to create a clear line as to how the North and South states could be divided. The admittance of the state of California was the point at which the Missouri Compromise could not longer be utilized for this purpose.
Which leader in congress helped to create The Missouri Compromise the compromise of 1850 and the reolution of the nullificayion crisis?
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The problem was that Missouri wanted to join the Union as a slave state, therefore unbalancing the Union so there would be more slave states then free states. The Northern states were appalled that there would be more slave states than free states, but the southern states didn't want to give up their rights to own slaves. The compromise set it up so that Maine joined as a free state and Missouri joined as a…