Ap Road to Civil War

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AP U.S. History
Unit #1C: The Road to Civil War Banno / Malcolm Causes of the Civil War:
* Theissueofstates'rightsvs.theauthorityofthefederalgovernment * Sectionalism (i.e. sectional interests, culture, system based on geographic 
distinctions) * Theexistenceofslavery

* Theexpansionofslavery
* Ineffectualpoliticalleadership
* Eachregion'sperceptionsoftheother'sintentionsandactions 
Events and Terms that lead to war. Using the terms/events on the following page: * Whatconclusionscanbemadefromthesetermsandtheperiodsinwhichthey occur? * WhatdothesetermsindicateaboutthelingeringcausesoftheCivilWar? * WhatistherelativesignificanceofeachtermasacauseofCivilWar? 
Summary: 
"By the 1850s the Constitution, originally framed as an instrument of national unity, had become a source of sectional discord and tension and ultimately contributed to the failure of the union it has created." 
Assess the validity of this statement using your knowledge of the period 1850-1861.

Part III * Compromiseof1850 * Fugitive Slave Act, 1850 * Uncle Tom's Cabin, 1852 * Gadsen Purchase, 1853 * Kansas-Nebraska Act, 1854 * Republican Party , 1854 * John Brown; Pottawotomie 
Creek, 1856 * Dred Scott Decision, 1857 * "Bleeding Kansas", 1854-1858 * John Brown's raid on Harper's 
Ferry, 1859 * Sumner-Brooks incident, 1856 * Lecompton Constitution, 1857 * "Popular Sovereignty" * Lincoln-Douglass Debates, 1858 * Lincoln's "House Divided" 
Speech, 1858 * Freeport Doctrine, 1858 * PresidentialElectionof1860 * Crittenden Compromise, 1860 * Secession. 1860 | Part I. * Shay's Rebellion, 1786 * Northwest Ordinance, 1787 * Whiskey Rebellion, 1794 * Alien and Sedition Acts, 1798 * Virginia and Kentucky 
Resolutions, 1798-99 * The Louisiana Purchase, 1803 * Essex Junto, 1804 * HartfordConvention,1814 * "King Cotton"...
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