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South-Gained more population

North-Got more money towards there goverment because the 3/5 compromise for every the 3 of the 5 slaves 3 of them had to be taxed so the tax went to the norths goverment

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This is not in my book so my teacher will know I got it off the internet and there is nothing said about the 3/5 Compromise while they talk about the Compromise of 1850
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The North gained California as free soil.

The South was appeased with the Fugitive Slave Act, which backfired because it greatly offended the increasingly powerful Ablitionist lobby, including Harriet Beecher Stowe, who promptly wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin.

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The North - by acquiring California as free soil.

The main concession to the South was the Fugitive Slave Act, where the government would appoint official slave-catchers to hunt down runaways and return them to their owners.

This law had the opposite effect from what was intended. It infuriated the Abolitionists so much that Harriet Beecher Stowe was inspired to write 'Uncle Tom's Cabin', which caused many more people to support the Underground Railroad. This raised the temperature of the slavery debate, and brought war closer.

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The South and North benefited equally from the Compromise of 1850. The south gained a stronger Fugitive Slave Act and the North got slavery banned in Washington, DC.

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The North got the better deal from the Compromise. From California being a free state, it tipped the Senate balance permanently against the South.

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congress could now vote on separately.

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California

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What the north gain from the compromise of 1850?

They gained all states above the imaginary line, i dont remember where it was set


What did the north gain during the Compromise of 1850?

The admission of California as free soil, and the abolition of the slave-trade in DC.


What are three reasons why The Missouri Compromise of 1820 and the compromise of 1850 could be the leading cause to the American civil war?

The Missouri Compromise was not a cause of the war - it was a reasonable deal that delayed hostilities for forty years. The Compromise of 1850 included a provision to toughen-up the Fugitive Slave Act, and this became an emotive issue in the North, especially when Uncle Tom's Cabin was published soon after.


What did the north and south gain and give up in the Missouri Compromise?

The Missouri Compromise provided that no Slave State could be established to the north of a line represented by the parallel 36° 30' coincident with the Southern boundary of Missouri.


How did the compromise of 1850 settled the debate over slavery in the land that the us gain after the mexcain war?

It permitted slavery in those two states, as the price of California being admitted as free soil.


What law did Missouri follow in order to gain statehood?

The Missouri Compromise, which said that slavery was to be banned anywhere north of the 36th parallel, with the exception of Missouri.


What did the south gain from the Compromise of 1877?

problems were solved


What did those who favored slavery gain from Clay's compromise proposal?

Clay had a hand in both the main Compromises. 1820 - the legality of new slave-states, South of a certain parallel. 1850 - the new toughened-up Fugitive Slave Act.


What are the advantages and disadvantages of The Missouri Compromise?

An advantage to the Missouri Compromise of 1820 was that slavery would not be permitted in the territory that is now the state of Missouri. A disadvantage to the Missouri Compromise was that people who believed in slavery in the South could not move north to gain more land and keep their slaves.


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If we can compromise we will both give up a little but we will gain a lot.


What did the South gain in the Compromise of 1850 in return for agreeing to let California join the Union as a free state?

The chance for a couple more slave-states, and a tighter enforcement of the Fugutive Slave Act, with official slave-catchers employed to hunt down runaways.


How did Maine gain statehood?

It entered the Union as a result of the Missouri Compromise.