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how the issue of slavery developed from the late 18th century to the 1850s, and how the nation coped with this issue. How did the North feel about slavery? Were most northerners abolitionists?

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Lincoln/Douglas Debates

INSTRUCTIONS:

Essay based on article "The Great Debate" By Eric Niderost 



Essay based on handout article. Lincoln Douglas Debates from Civil War Magazine. You may quote the article to back up your assertions. Points to cover in the essay: 



1) Discuss the background of the debates--how the issue of slavery developed from the late 18th century to the 1850s, and how the nation coped with this issue. How did the North feel about slavery? Were most northerners abolitionists?



2) The background of the two men---Douglas and Lincoln were different. What were the two men`s attitude on slavery? What did they think about African Americans in general?



3) During the debates, Douglas put Lincoln on the defensive.....how did he do that? What was the Freeport Doctrine and how did it effect the short term, and long term political fates of the two men?



The article is in Title: America`s Civil War, May 1993 



Binding: Magazine 



Book Condition: Near Fine 



Publisher: Leesburg, VA Empire Press 1993 



ISBN Number: 10462899 



Seller ID: 1793 



Near Fine.; Death Takes No Holiday by Steven R. Davis; Battle Fought on Paper by Bruce A. Trinque; Capital Folly by Steven E. Woodworth; The Great Debate by Eric Niderost ; 8vo; 74 pages

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CONTENT:

Question 1 Slaves provided cheap and abundant labor to those owners who used them in the extensive cotton plantations, particularly in the South. Slavery was never promoted in the North because the region was industrialized and hence needed people irrespective of the race or place of origin to work in the factories. On the other hand, the Southerners viewed slavery as the primary source of their livelihood. The invention of the cotton gin meant that the productivity of cotton factories will increase and that required a constant supply of cotton from the plantations. Thus, the many slaves were needed during cultivation and harvesting in order to produce quantities of cotton that would much the demand in the foreign markets. Some slave owners also engaged in the slave trade were slaves were hired or bought depending on the amount and urgency of labor a plantation

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