anonymous
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pretty please help lol (medal and fan)!!
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of the following best explains the Dred Scott case and how it affected the debate about slavery? Dred Scott was a slave owner who learned his slave was living as a free man in a Northern state. He argued that the slave should be returned to him to continue working on his plantation. He won his case which caused a revolt between citizens in the North and South. Dred Scott was a slave who argued that because his owner brought him into a free area, he should be free. The Supreme Court ruled he was "property," and citizens could bring property wherever they chose. This decision enraged anti-slavery activists. Dred Scott was a white abolitionist who murdered a group of pro-slavery men. He was tried in court in a Southern state and found guilty. Citizens in Northern states argued for his release, and the resulting battles between the states led to "Bleeding Kansas." Dred Scott was a slave arrested in Boston and forced to board a ship back to his owner in Virginia. Boston citizens purchased his freedom in a Northern court, and he was allowed to remain in Boston as a free citizen. This decision enraged slave owners in the South.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@chosenmatt ^-^
chosenmatt
  • chosenmatt
Gimme a Sec

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anonymous
  • anonymous
you got it take your time :)
chosenmatt
  • chosenmatt
Okay wasnt thier a book that u suppose too read for this? Seems like it's a Question from A Book that u read
anonymous
  • anonymous
lol nope but you wanna see my notes on the lesson maybe those would help you
chosenmatt
  • chosenmatt
no thx i got it
anonymous
  • anonymous
lol alright go for it
chosenmatt
  • chosenmatt
one sec wanna make sure i'll help u get the CORRECT answer :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks ok :)
chosenmatt
  • chosenmatt
last one
anonymous
  • anonymous
alright thanksss
anonymous
  • anonymous
even though you said u dont need it ill fan and medal u anyway lol
chosenmatt
  • chosenmatt
kk thanks ^.^

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