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That Douglas didn't like that idea about the Missouri compromise


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Missouri would be admitted to the Union as a slave state and Maine as a free state.


Because Stephen Douglas was a supporter of Popular Sovereignty, and the Missouri Compromise was in the way of his Popular Sovereignty push through legislation.



The Missouri compromise was in 1820


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


The Missouri Compromise allowed Missouri to be admitted in the Union as a slave state.The Missouri Compromise allowed Missouri to be admitted into the Union as a slave state.


The Missouri Compromise happened in the 1820s :)



The Missouri Compromise was done in 1820. The Missouri Compromise decided North and South Power.


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The Missouri Compromise set in motion the admission of Missouri into the Union.


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The Missouri Compromise reduced sectional conflict - it was a successful compromise.


Under the Missouri Compromise of 1820 Missouri was admitted as a slave state and Maine as a free state.



Henry Clay was the author of the Missouri Compromise.


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the Missouri compromise determined that Missouri could become a state if


He knelt on one knee to propose to her. He tried to propose a compromise, but they wanted nothing to do with it.



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