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History chapter 15

lesson 3

Republican Party a political party united aganist the spread of slavery in the west
No-nothings candidate Millard fillmore
Democrats candidate James Buchanan / won
Republicans candidate John c. Fremont
Dred Scott argued that he was free because he was in free territory
Roger B. Taney Chief Justice that wrote the majority of the Dred Scott plan
Abraham Lincoln warned that a future court ruling would prohibit states from banning slavery/ strong republican
Lincoln- Douglas Debates Lincoln challenged Douglas to what became historic debates
Freeport Doctrine notation that police would enforce the voters' decision of it contradicted the supreme courts' decision in the Dred Scott case
Created by: Ella!