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  1. Opcode
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    Fugitive Slave Act and the Kansas-Nebraska Act are some main point in History that started the Civil War. Do you need more?

  2. Opcode
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    Give Opcode some time to calculate in memory together.

  3. montrealgurl
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    Okay. My friend .-.

  4. Opcode
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    How did the Fugitive Slave Act and the Kansas-Nebraska Act further divide the North and South? Okay so let me break this down. Since I'm tired... Fugitive Slave Act and the Kansas-Nebraska Act further divide the North and South because: It drew a figurative line on the map in law terms. So yeah you can see how that just made the issues worse. What role did the concept of popular sovereignty play in these conflicts? Popular sovereignty = Popular sovereignty expresses a concept and does not necessarily reflect or describe a political reality. It is often contrasted with the concept of individual sovereignty. (Google) Popular sovereignty made another rule, that if the state tried hard enough to become a slave state they would allow it. Thus bloody wars etc. Do you think there was any way to avoid the violence that came out of this era? Not really, the U.S. was shaped that way. No if an's or butts about it. If Fugitive Slave Act and the Kansas-Nebraska Act were never put into action the U.S. map would look a lot different. And the anaconda plan might of not worked. #Sources: My brain My coffee #HelpHimGoGreemFanHim! http://openstudy.com/users/zelda

  5. Opcode
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    @montrealgurl I need feedback. Hello? Are you there?

  6. montrealgurl
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    haha sorry. that's all good, thank you and yeah your coffee must help a lot!

  7. montrealgurl
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    loool I'm going to take some of your ideas and include them in my long response that I already wrote. So you technically didn't DO it. ;)

  8. Opcode
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    Okay. :)

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