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They wanted it abolished.

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Because, Garrett Rosco Milton said it was allowed!! :)

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How did Americans attitudes toward slavery change?

people started to figure out slavery was not right


Why did northern attitudes toward slavery change after the passage of the fugitive slave law?

The passage of the Fugitive Slave Law heightened tensions and drew attention to the moral issues of slavery. Many Northerners who were previously indifferent or passive toward slavery became more sympathetic to the plight of escaped slaves and more outspoken against the institution as a whole. This led to a shift in attitudes and increased support for abolitionist causes in the North.


What publication had a direct effect on the attitudes of northerners toward slavery?

One publication that had a significant impact on northern attitudes towards slavery was Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel "Uncle Tom's Cabin." It depicted the horrors of slavery and helped galvanize anti-slavery sentiment in the North leading up to the Civil War.


How did Japanese attitudes toward foreigner change in the 1600s and why?

Cause they want to change there attitudes


Why did the southern slave owners fear the northern attitudes toward slavery?

The loss of slavery would threaten the southern economy


Which group is an example of Northerners who wanted to keep slavery out of the Territories but did not have positive feelings toward African Americans?

Abolitionists


Which group is an example of the northerners who wanted to keep slavery out of the territories but did not have positive feelings toward African Americans?

Abolitionists


What statement best describes the position of northerners toward slavery?

Most Northerner didn't care for slavery. That is not to say they didn't want it abolished, it just did not affect their life.


Did the Declaration of Sentiments change attitudes toward women?

yes


What two attitudes toward free African Americans remained in the north after slavery disappeared?

prejedice and discrimination


What If the historian wanted to use contextualization to better understand the Colosseum actions would he take?

(Apex) Study ancient Roman culture to learn more about Roman attitudes toward violence and slavery.


Why did Northerners favor Wilmot Proviso and Southerners did not?

Northerners favored it because it banned slavery in the land obtained from Mexico, aka the Mexican Cession, thus making another step toward abolishing slavery. They supported this so much, that antislavery northerners created a new party, known as the Free- Soil Party, which supported the Wilmot Proviso. Southerners, however, opposed it, and wanted more land that allows slavery.