Project #162628 - Please help me

History Tutors

Subject History
Due By (Pacific Time) 01/11/2017 06:02 am

Please use direct quotes from each passages to answer each questions and explain.

 

-Senator Charles Sumner, Addresses the "Crime Against Kansas" (p25)

1. How did the conflict between supporters of states’ rights and supporters of a stronger national government manifest itself in the building of the new nation during our time period?

2. How much of a role did “compromise” play in the ability of the new nation to overcome the challenges it faced in our time period?

3. Which had a more profound effect on the growth of the nation’s economy during our time period; slavery or the railroad?

4. How did the desire for expansion in the new nation affect its growth? (physically, legally, politically, etc.)



-Chief Justice Roger Taney Determines the Legal Status of Slaves (p26)

1. How did the conflict between supporters of states’ rights and supporters of a stronger national government manifest itself in the building of the new nation during our time period?

2. How much of a role did “compromise” play in the ability of the new nation to overcome the challenges it faced in our time period?

3. Which had a more profound effect on the growth of the nation’s economy during our time period; slavery or the railroad?

4. How did the desire for expansion in the new nation affect its growth? (physically, legally, politically, etc.)

 

 

-Abolitionist John Brown Makes His Last Statement to the Court (p28)

 

1. How did the conflict between supporters of states’ rights and supporters of a stronger national government manifest itself in the building of the new nation during our time period?

2. How much of a role did “compromise” play in the ability of the new nation to overcome the challenges it faced in our time period?

3. Which had a more profound effect on the growth of the nation’s economy during our time period; slavery or the railroad?

4. How did the desire for expansion in the new nation affect its growth? (physically, legally, politically, etc.)



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