The kansas-nebraska act of 1854 allowed the people in those territories to decide on the issue of slavery for themselves. previously, slavery had been abolished in this area as a result of which legislation?
the indian removal act
the northwest ordinance
the missouri compromise
the compromise of 1850
The Missouri Compromise was a United States federal statute devised by Henry Clay. It regulated slavery in the country's western territories by prohibiting the practice in the former Louisiana Territory north of the parallel 36°30′ north, except within the boundaries of the proposed state of Missouri.
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The answer is C. The Missouri Compromise.
The Missouri Compromise refers to the fact that Missouri was accepted as a slave state, as well as Maine was considered a free state. This Compromise also prohibited slavery in the territories that are now called Kansas and Nebraska.
However, in 1857 this compromise was considered unconstitutional by the Supreme Court. At that time, there were some disputes established between slave and free states.
the Missouri Compromise would make the most sense :)
do but i don't go there
btw this is in middle school stuff lol
b) they want the land taken away from the wealthy landowners and given to peasants.