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    Analyze the ways in which supporters of slavery in the nineteenth century used legal, religious, and economic arguments to defend the institution of slavery. Slavery was very common in the South as people relied on the work of slaves to maintain the large plantations and crops on the farm. In...
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  • 2012 Apush 40 Essays
    Populists the heirs of the Jacksonian Democrats with respect to overall objectives AND specific proposals for reform? 3. Analyze the ways in which supporters of slavery in the nineteenth century used legal, religious, and economic arguments to defend the institution of slavery 4. Analyze the...
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  • Slavery
    In the nineteenth century, supporters of slavery in used legal, religious, and economic arguments to defend the institution of slavery. Southern plantation owners depended heavily on slavery. Cotton, their main export, required tedious slave labor. Thus, southern supporters of slavery employed...
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  • A SELECTION OF PAST AP U.S. FREE RESPONSE QUESTIONS:
    principles. Assess the validity of this generalization for the period 1800-1860. (84) 51. Analyze the ways in which supporters of slavery in the nineteenth century used legal, religious, and economic arguments to defend the institution of slavery. (95) 52. Assess the moral arguments and...
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    . Slavery and Pre Civil War Issues 1840 – 1860 1. Analyze the ways in which supporters of slavery in the nineteenth century used legal, religious, and economic arguments to defend the institution of slavery. (95) 2. Assess the moral arguments and political actions of those opposed to...
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  • UNit 2 FRQ
    reconciled with his 1862 Emancipation Proclamation? 80. 1995 Analyze the ways in which supporters of slavery in the nineteenth century used legal, religious, and economic arguments to defend the institution of slavery. 81. 1997 Discuss the impact of territorial expansion on national unity between...
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    validity of this generalization for the period 1800 – 1860. (84) 6. Analyze the ways in which supporters of slavery in the nineteenth century used legal, religious, and economic arguments to defend the institution of slavery. (95) 7. Assess the moral arguments and...
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  • Slavery
    During the nineteenth century the United States had a huge debate about the issue of slavery. The supporter of slavery used economic, legal, and religious debates to defend slavery. All three of these reasons supported the way of life and institution implemented in the Southern states that was...
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  • Brooke's Documents
    time of judgment, supporters of slavery used legal, religious, and economic arguments to ease the drilling they were receiving from abolitionists. Citizens of the South believed in “the right of a State to govern itself”, therefore, the argument of the Northerners regarding the emancipation of...
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  • Southern Arguments for Slavery
    In the United States there was a heated debate about the morality of slavery. Supporters of slavery in the 18th century used legal, economic, and religious arguments to defend slavery. They were able to do so effectively because all three of these reasons provide ample support of the peculiar...
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  • Rubric
    , economic, and intellectual life. #17 - 1995 • Analyze the ways in which supporters of slavery in the nineteenth century used legal, religious, and economic arguments to defend the institution of slavery. #18 - 1988 • "I am not, nor ever have been, in favor of bringing about in...
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  • Ap Us History, Chapters 11-18
    of the nineteenth century included the: rapid growth rate of the European population perception of America as the land of freedom and opportunity introduction of transoceanic steamships economic and political turmoil in Europe religious oppression by European state churches Nativism...
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  • Slavery in 19c
    defining the institution as a source of positive good, a legal definition, and as an economic stabilizer. The proslavery supporters often used moral and biblical rationalization through a religious foundation in Christianity and supported philosophic ideals in Manifest Destiny to vindicated slavery as...
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  • Slavery and the Morality
    In the United States there was a heated debate about the morality of slavery. Supporters of slavery in the 18th century used legal, economic, and religious arguments to defend slavery. They were able to do so effectively because all three of these reasons provide ample support of the peculiar...
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  • Apush Study Guide 17
    social and political equality of the white and black races.” How can this 1858 statement of Abraham Lincoln be reconciled with his 1862 Emancipation Proclamation? (FRQ, 1988) 6. Analyze the ways in which supporters of slavery in the nineteenth century used legal, religious, and economic...
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  • Ap Homework Hafter
    . 13. Analyze the social, political, and economic forces of the 1840s and early 1850s that led to the emergence of the Republican Party. 14. Analyze the ways in which controversy over the extension of slavery into western...
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  • Is Violent Revolution Really the Answer?
    in the film comes off as ridiculous, and yet the abstract strategies to defend slavery that are at work in the film coincide with the arguments used by slavery allies throughout the nineteenth century. Here I intend to explore the view of slavery being pushed on the audience through The Last Supper...
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  • An Analysis of "Slavery," by Stanley Elkins
     An Analysis of Slavery, by Stanley M. Elkins HIS 335: Civil War History Jason S. Perry 23 January 2014 Slavery, by Stanley Elkins, is a text that does its best to analyze the institution of Slavery from all angles in a more analytical, rather than purely emotional, manner...
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    . Discuss the major slave rebellions of the Antebellum era. 17. Describe the arguments and the ways in the ways in which the south reacted to antislavery arguments after the 1830s? 18. In what ways did American literature in the early nineteenth century reflect the New Democracy of the Jacksonian Age? 19...
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  • Coloniamism Can Be Good
    the British in the nineteenth century. The Spanish conquistadores and colonists explicitly justified their activities in the Americas in terms of a religious mission to bring Christianity to the native peoples. The Crusades provided the initial impetus for developing a legal doctrine that...
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