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Did the congress have the right to the future of slavery?

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Did congress have the right to ____ the future of slavery?

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What Supreme Court case stated that Congress did not have the right to ban slavery in states and that blacks were not citizens?

The Dread Scott case was the Supreme Court case the stated that Congress did not have the right to ban slavery in states and that blacks were not citizens.


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In 1850 settlers in which future state approved a constitution banning slavery and applied to Congress to become a state?

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Which two groups were involved in the confrontation known as Bleeding Kansas?

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How did the southerners feel about the future of slavery in the US?

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What point of view did congress take on the issue of slavery?

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Who was in charge of the Act Against Slavery?

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