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IN YOUR OWN WORDS LOL (forgot to mention)
Eventually slavery moved out of the social arena and became a point of political contention. Slavery had always been a part of politics, with the constitution devoting three clauses to it, but it had also been ignored in order to keep political peace, and to keep the shaky union united. However, as the nation began to acquire new territory, slavery had to be openly discussed. Pro-slavery South did not want Abolitionist North to have more representation in Congress and vice versa (more land meant more representation in government). Series of compromises were devised, which held the nation together for some time but, the idea of Abolition that started as talk, now became a political agenda. After the Kansas-Nebraska Act opened up new territory to slavery, the republican party came into being, and one of their plans was to stop slavery for good.
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Slavery is the bondage of others for personal gain, most of the time, Caucasians, or the "White People" would enslave the African-Americans to do their work on the plantation, normally, picking and harvesting and processing, and the slavery now would include human trafficking. Hai @Gabylovesyou <3