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== == That was The Fugitive Slave Act.

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Q: What law did the Southerners demanded that Congress pass that said Northerners had to return runaway slaves to their owners?
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How did many northerners support runaway slaves?

Many northerners were a part of the underground railroad or even gave runaway slaves a place to live.


What part of the compromise of 1850 pleased Northerners the most and which part pleased Southerners the most?

Northerners were most pleased that California was admitted as a free state. The south was pleased that the fugitive slave act REQUIRED assistance in capturing runaway slaves or face imprisonment.


Who was the required Northerners to return runaway slaves?

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What act required northerners to capture runaway slaves?

The Fugitive Slave Law.


Why was the issue of allowing slavery in the territories important to the north and the south?

The issue of slavery was important to northerners because that meant they could catch runaway laves and they could get a reward for it. it was also important for the southerners because that meant that the money they spent on them was a partial waste.


What did southerners believe gave them the right to retrieve runaway slaves?

Its because in 1850 congress passed the Fugative Slave Act, which stated that all slave owners had the right to retrieve run away slaves.


Why did runaway slave have to make it all the way to Canada?

Because under the new Fugitive Slave Act, Northerners were under pressure to report anyone who looked like a runaway.


What describes the position of the most northerners towards slavery?

Some states passed personal liberty laws for runaway slaves.


Why did many northerners object the fugitive slave law?

It required northerners to help recapture runaway slaves which was disliked either on moral grounds as it was for abolitionists but also in some reasons of fear of a Slave Power Conspiracy with the Southern Slaves States holding greater power over Congress than the North, many northerners in the mid 1800s believed many of the politicians in power were under the thumb of Southerners. This act in particular placed fines on people who would not cooperate and jail terms on people who helped fugitives escape. Also, southern slave catchers (aka federal marshals) roamed the North, sometimes capturing free African Americans with little regard for if they were free or fugitive slaves.


Why did many northerns oppose the fugitive slave act and why did most white southerners support it?

many northerners opposed the fugitive slave act because it forced regular citizens to help capture runaway slaves whether they wanted to or not. most white southerners supported it because they considered the slaves to be property. :Dp.s. i tried to find the answer to this question on this website then i actually looked in my text book and found it.! so i decided to share my answer with everyone! NO PROBLEM! :)


What statement best describes the position of most Northerners toward slavery?

Some states passed personal liberty laws for runaway slaves.


How did the south view the fugitive slave act?

The south supported it because it required northerners to return any runaway slaves to their masters in the south.

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