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free states state that did not permit slavery
tariff tax on imports designed to keep out foreign competition
popular sovereighty term used for "a vote by those living there"
secession "withdrawal from the union"
emancipation proclamation the document issued by president lincoln declaring all slaves owned by persons in the confederacy were to be freed as of january 1, 1863
republican PARTY was the political party fromed in racine, wisconsin, to oppose the expansion of slavery
states' right principle that the rights of the individual states should prevail over the rights of the federal government
missouri compromise maine as a free state and missouri as a slave state, and forbade the lands of the louisana purchase north of the 36 30 parallel for being carved into slave states
nullify "to prevent the enforcement of"
ms colonization society the society which supported the emancipation of the slaves and their removal to africa
two capital montgomery; richmond
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