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the Missouri compromise, the 3/5 compromise, and the compromise of 1850 no it was thethe Missouri compromise, the 3/5 compromise, and the compromise of 1850


Missouri Compromise was signed in 1820s. The Compromise of 1850 was signed in the 1850s



The leader in Congress who helped to create the Missouri Compromise was Henry Clay. Furthermore, with the support of Daniel Webster, Clay set up the plan for the Compromise of 1850 and the resolution of the Nullification Crisis.


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


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



They made the Missouri Compromise and the Compromise of 1850.


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.


The compromise of 1820 is the missouri compromise and it prohibited slavery in unorganized territory of the great plans. The compromise of 1850 amitted california as a free state.


Basically the Missouri Compromise of 1850 was a fair compromise. One problem for Northern abolitionists was that the Compromise ushered in the Fugitive Slave Act. They were outraged that the new compromise included this law.


the kansas nebraska act, of the compromise of 1850


The issue that the Missouri Compromise of 1850 was the attempt to maintain the balance between slave and free States.


The Missouri Compromise of 1820 The Compromise of 1850 The American System


both the missouri compromise of 1820 and the compromise of 1850 settled conflicts between the north and the south over



The Missouri Compromise was not 1850 but 1820. It settled the issue of slavery in the new territories acquired from France in the Louisiana Purchase. The Compromise of 1850 was also to do with slavery/freedom in new territories, this time the ones acquired from Mexico.


Yes, it replaced it because the admission of California could not be conducted according to the Missouri Compromise - the new state was too big,


The Missouri Compromise was nullified by the new Compromise of 1850 - caused by the admission of California, which extended a long way on either side of the Missouri line, and rendered it obsolete.


The Missouri Compromise of 1820 lasted 30 years. The US remained divided on where slavery could exist and thus the Missouri Compromise of 1850 was enacted.


The Missouri Compromise The Compromise of 1850 The Kansas-Nebraska Act.


The Missouri Compromise of 1850 tried to avoid secession or civil war. It was effective for a short time, but eventually led to the civil war.


Senator Stephen A. Douglas put forth the argument that if the Missouri Compromise of 1850 really was a compromise, it had to put forward a consistent principle. If it did not then it was not a compromise, but instead a modus vivendi arrangement. The main problem of this characterization is that Douglas was asking a rhetorical question. Douglas was the one to know inasmuch as he helped put it together.


The terms of the Missouri Compromise of 1820 were effectively overridden with the Compromise of 1850, which opened the territories of Utah and New Mexico to settlement by slave owners as well as those who did not own slaves. One part of the new Compromise was the establishment of the Fugitive Slave Act which helped escaped slaves be returned to their "owners".


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



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