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Q: What year did the delegates of the constitution agree that they would NOT ban slave trade?
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Why did the delegates agree to allow the international slave trade to continue for another 20 years?

bc the southern states' economies needed the slave trade, and many southern delegates said they'd leave the Union if the constitution immediately ended the trade. =D


How did delegates' views different on the foreign slave trade?

My dick


How did the Constitutional Convention deal with slave trade?

The Constitutional Convention left the slave trade untaxed and untouched. Delegates from the southern States were naturally wary about the prospect of Congress being able to regulate America's interstate and foreign trade. They were afraid that the North would use its influence in Congress to levy taxes on the slave trade and the cotton trade. The delegates from the South pushed for, and won, a compromise on the matter: the Commerce and Slave Trade Compromise. This agreement made it so Congress could regulate interstate and foreign trade, but could not tax exports. This meant that cotton exports from the South would not be affected. In addition, Congress was forbidden from regulating the slave trade for 20 years.


What were the major compromises the delegates agreed to make?

The major compromises that the delegates agreed to make were The Connecticut Compromise, The Three-Fifths Compromise, and The Commerce and Slave Trade Compromise.


The issue of slavery at the constitution convention was actually about?

The constitution should prohibit the states from participating in the international slave trade.

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Why did the delegates agree to allow the international slave trade continue for another 20 years?

bc the southern states' economies needed the slave trade, and many southern delegates said they'd leave the Union if the constitution immediately ended the trade. =D


Why did the delegates agree to allow the international slave trade to continue for another 20 years?

bc the southern states' economies needed the slave trade, and many southern delegates said they'd leave the Union if the constitution immediately ended the trade. =D


Did the delegates at the constitutional convention end the slave trade effective immediately following the ratification of the constitution?

No


Why did delegates agree to allow the International slave trade to continue for another 20 years?

bc the southern states' economies needed the slave trade, and many southern delegates said they'd leave the Union if the constitution immediately ended the trade. =D


How did delegates' views different on the foreign slave trade?

My dick


How did delegates' views differ on the issue on the foreign slave trade?

by loling


What compromise stoped the slave trade in 1808?

The 1808 Slave Trade Compromise in the Constitution.


What compromise did the delegates reach on the slave trade?

i belive it is the three-fifths compromise.


Did the Constitution immediately outlaw the foreign slave trade?

no


How did the delegates from the southern states deal with suggestions about ending the slave trade?

They threatened to leave the convention.


Why did the delegates to the convention determine that a new constitution was needed?

Trade was strong and the economy was booming


The Confederate Constitution called for the end of the slave trade but not?

(Slavery)