Great Compromise; date
Representation in Congress
Great Compromise; issue
Called for representation by population (favored large states); GC
New Jersey Plan
Called for equal representation (favored small states); GC
Great Compromise; resolution
Two houses of Congress: one based on population, one (Senate) has two senators from each state.
Allowed Constitution to be written and approved.
Great Compromise; significance
Missouri Compromise; date
Should slavery extend into new territories?
Missouri Compromise; issue
Missouri Compromise; resolution
Missouri became a slave state; Maine became a free state; no slavery N. of the 36/30 line.
California; Mexican cessations
Compromise of 1850; issues.
California is free; Utah/New Mexico territory has popular sovereignty; fugitive slave law; slave trade in DC ends; Texas' land claims denied (but US will pay Texas' debt)
Compromise of 1850; resolutions
Missouri Compromise; significance
Postponed debate over spread of slavery for 30 years.
Compromise of 1850; significance
Postponed Civil War for 10 years.
Who won the presidency election of 1876
Compromise of 1877; issue.
Compromise of 1877; significance
Ended radical/congressional reconstruction.
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