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physics 1010 week 1 notes

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kristen Ohler on Friday July 29, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to physics 101 at 1 MDSS-SGSLM-Langley AFB Advanced Education in General Dentistry 12 Months taught by newton in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see objects in motion in Physics at 1 MDSS-SGSLM-Langley AFB Advanced Education in General Dentistry 12 Months.


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Date Created: 07/29/16
1. In this essay, consider the role of Missouri in the sectional crisis.  What events occurred  during its application for statehood?  How did the Missouri Compromise impact later  political compromises over territory and slavery?  What role did Missourians play in the  crisis in “Bleeding Kansas”? California and how the line cut it in half Missouri voting froud and bad stuff Dogless  Expand on 36 30 Missouri played a major role in the making of our country, by pushing the boundaries and causing the government to make dramatic decisions regarding the laws that were already in place. The application process for statehood was difficult due to the placement of the state and the balance of slave and free states. The Missouri compromise impacted the later political compromises over territory and slavery by that major migration of people into the state. Missourians played a role in the crisis in “Bleeding Kansas” by supply man power and gun power. When congress requested for Missouri to become a state of the union, the slave population exceeded 10,000. Due to that James Tallmadge proposed that further slaves be prohibited and that children of those already in Missouri be freed at the age of 25. This provoked two years of controversy over the state. The bill passed congress but died in the senate. When it was re- introduced it was passed with a compromise, Missouri would be a slave state and Maine would be let in as a free state. This allowed the balance between free and slaved state were balanced. Also, slavery would be prohibited in all the remaining territories within the Louisianan purchase north of 36’30. Even though the bill was passed they failed to recognize the westward expansion of slavery. The impact that the Missouri compromise had on other political compromises over territories made it change the course of our countries development. The Kansas- Nebraska Act in 1854 was a law sponsored by Illinois senator Douglas to allow settlers in newly organized territories north of the Missouri border to decide the slavery issue for themselves. The anger that came out of the repealing of the Missouri compromise of 1820 led to violence in Kansas and to the formation of the Republican Party. Due to the fighting that was going on the state was spilt between slavery and anti-slavery. This brought Missouri into the fight because it shared a border and it was a slave state. Missourians play a major role in “Bleeding Kansas” mainly because they were the closes boarder  state with slavery not abolished. The election in 1854 and 1855 hundreds of pro slavery  Missourians crossed the border to cast their vote in favor of slavery. Due to Douglas policy of  leaving the decision to the local population that was decided back in the Missouri compromise,  this aiding the republicans. Both sides of slavery and aint­slavery recurred Missourians to fight in  the war against slavery. Families would move into Kansas just to have there vote casted for a  certain side.   Missouri’s journey of becoming a state changed the way people and the government handled  things. The Missouri compromise defined boundaries regarding slavery and how it will be  handled. Having the 36’30 line in place it allowed for people to have a clear cut yes or no on  whether or not the new state would be slave or free. Even though they forgot to recognize the  westward expansion. Bleeding Kansas was a direct result of how Missouri was handled, just  because a police worked for one state doesn’t mean it will work for them all. Over all Missouri  statehood allowed for slavery to become a major issues and allowed the government to take  drastic actions to stop it. 


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