posted by Haley on .
Why was the Fugitive Slave Act so controversial? (3 points)
It required all Americans to return runaway slaves to their owners, and free states opposed this law.
It required all runaway slaves to be hung, and most people in free and slaveholder states were against this form of punishment.
Fugitive slaves who were caught were sent back to Africa, and southern states disagreed with this practice.
Fugitive slaves were required to work twice as long before they could be freed, and northern states opposed this rule.
What is the best description of the spread of slavery in the American states in the 1800s? (3 points)
Slavery was increasing in both the northern and southern states.
Both the northern and southern states were working to end slavery.
Slavery was increasing in the southern states, but northern states wanted to end slavery.
Slavery was increasing in the northern states, but southern states wanted to end slavery.
I'll be glad to check your son's answers.
He thinks the first on is
It required all Americans to return runaway slaves to their owners, and free states opposed this law
then the next one
Slavery was increasing in the southern states, but northern states wanted to end slavery
hes not sure and i don't want him studying the wrong material
Both of his answers are correct. :-)
What was one plan that received support from antislavery and pro-slavery Americans?
A.to end slavery in the northern states
B.to pay slaves a wage for their work
C.to move free African Americans back to Africa
D.to educate African American children in all states