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Which statement correctly explains the connection between the Dred Scott decision in the Supreme Court and the revolutionary actions of John Brown in Kansas and Virginia? (5 points) The Dred Scott decision inspired slave revolts in states and territories where slavery was legal. The case caused many to fear that support for slavery was weakening in slaveholding states. John Brown felt that the government would not support abolition and that violence was needed. Both let abolitionists know that the federal government of the United States was on their side.

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