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Lewis Cass is credited with introducing the idea of "popular sovereignty" as a way of compromising on the issue of slavery

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Pretty sure it was Lewis Cass

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Lewis Cass

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Who was the senator that proposed popular sovereignty as the solution to slavery's expansion?

Lewis Cass


Who proposed bringing popular sovereignty to Kansas?

Senator Stephen Douglas of Illinois.


Who was the senator that proposed popular sovereignty as the solution to slavery expansion?

Lewis Cass


Stephen A Douglas proposed letting the people decide about slavery through?

Popular Sovereignty


Stephen Douglas proposed letting the people decide about slavery through?

popular sovereignty


What act was proposed by Stephen Douglass and allowed popular sovereignty in the territories?

The Kansas-Nebraska Act


Believers in popular sovereignty proposed that the future of slavery in a territory should be decided by?

a territory's voters


The Illinois senator who proposed the use of popular sovereignty in determining a state's slave status was?

Stephen Douglas


What Illinois senator proposed the use of popular sovereignty in determining a state's slave status?

Stephen Douglas


Who was the senator that proposed popular sovereignty as the solution to slaverys expansion?

Senator Lewis Cass of Michigan proposed one solution. Cass suggested that the citizens of each new territory should be allowed to decide for themselves if they wanted to permit slavery or not. This idea came to be called popular sovereignty.


Before the Civil War the principle of popular sovereignty was proposed as a means of?

deciding the legalization of slavery in a new state


Which of the following was not one of the proposed solutions to slavery in the territories that dominated the debate from the late 1840s until 1861?

popular sovereignty