I will need the writer to go on to my blackboard account. PLEASE READ ALL INSTRUCTION AND POST ON BLOG AS WELL AS WRITING ESSAY. PLEASE CLICK ON PAPER TOPIC: THEN ON THE FOLDER; PAPER#3 INSTRUCTION AND SUBMISSION SITE. I WILL NEED WRITER TO ALSO COMMENTS TO TWO CLASSMATES POST AS WELL.
On this blog, you will post your answers to the Paper #3 questions with which you are presented. The first set of questions
(Step 1) ask you to state the weeks you will connect in your paper, what you see connecting those weeks and the course material you see making those connections.
In addition to providing this information, you are required to respond to, at least, two classmates post to provide helpful comments and suggestions.
You will return to this blog to respond to a second set of questions (Step 2) to further define and refine your paper topic.
Slavery Institution Student`s Name Professor`s Name Course University Date Introduction The slavery institution played a divisive role in the United States by dividing the nation into two groups, the Northerners and Southerners with each group having diverse opinions about slavery in the territories acquired from Mexico. The uncompromising differences between the two groups resulted to Civil War that addressed the slavery issue (The American Yawp, 2013). Opinions about slavery in the territories acquired from Mexico After the United States, acquired western territories following the end of Mexican-American war sectional differences emerged within the United States concerning the expansion of slavery into the western territories and the role of the federal government in protecting the interests of slaveholders. The Constitution granted the federal government the right to eradicate the international slave trade, but no authority to control or demolish the establishment of slavery where it already existed. Furthermore, the constitution did not provide any provision about the status of slavery in potential states. Settlement of the Great Plains rose swiftly during the 1850s, several people moved to Texas, and other parts of the territory acquired from Mexico in the 1840s. Congress frequently debated whether slavery should be permitted into the huge territories that were not yet structured into states (The American Yawp, 2013). Opponents of slavery opposed arr...