Shaping America. Lesson 20, Irrepressible conflicts. Part 3 /

Irrepressible Conflicts examines how the persistence of slavery dashed any hopes that the Compromise of 1850 might settle sectional differences between north and south. Abolitionists and slave catchers dramatized the moral issue involved with the Fugitive Slave Act, and the Kansas-Nebraska Act and D...

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Online Access:Streaming video from Academic Video Online
Other Authors: Dyer, Julia (Director, Producer), Mayfield, Julie, 1962- (Narrator)
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Language:English
Published:Dallas, TX : Dallas County Community College District, 2001.
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Summary:Irrepressible Conflicts examines how the persistence of slavery dashed any hopes that the Compromise of 1850 might settle sectional differences between north and south. Abolitionists and slave catchers dramatized the moral issue involved with the Fugitive Slave Act, and the Kansas-Nebraska Act and Dred Scott decision led to irrepressible conflicts.
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Physical Description:1 online resource (2 minutes)
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