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Q: Who was a senator who played a key role in development of the Compromise of 1850 and introduced the idea of popular sovereignty?
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Was popular sovereignty before the mossouri compromise?

No. It was after the Compromise of 1850 was failing to hold.


Popular sovereignty and natural rights were introduced by?

john locke


Repealed the Missouri compromise by instituting popular sovereignty?

Kansas-Nebraska Act


What does Douglas call the leading feature of the 1850 compromise?

He called it Popular Sovereignty


Did the north like popular sovereignty?

No most northerners did not like popular sovereignty because it violated the Missouri compromise. The South was in favor of popular sovereignty because it allowed the people to decide if slavery would be allowed in a new territory.


Who was the speakers is a supporter of popular sovereignty?

Stephen A. Douglas suggested dropping the Missouri compromise's ban on slavery. Instead, popular sovereignty (the vote of the residents) would decide the issue.


In the compromise of 1850 and the Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 popular sovereignty was proposed as a way to?

'Popular Sovereignty' was the term coined by Stephen Douglas for a local vote on slavery in each new state as it joined the Union. It was the basis of the Kansas-Nebraska Act, which was first tested - disastrously - when Kansas was admitted as free soil. This followed the unsuccessful Compromise of 1850, which did not involve Popular Sovereignty.


What Supreme Court decision overturned both the Missouri Compromise and popular sovereignty?

Dred Scott v. Sanford


The South's main concession to the North in the Compromise of 1850 was?

acceptance of popular sovereignty in the New Mexico and Utah territories


What supreme court decision overturned both Missouri compromise and popular sovereignty?

Dred Scott v. Sanford


What compromise was popular sovereignty?

The Compromise of 1850 was a package of five separate bills passed in the United States in September of that year. The third bill, popular sovereignty, was developed by Lewis Cass and Douglas as the eventual Democratic Party position, letting each territory decide whether to allow slavery.


Organized as territories under the compromise of 1850 with their decision about slavery left up to popular sovereignty?

Utah and New Mexico