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Keeping in mind how the expansion of U.S. territory westward threatened the delicate balance of power in congress between free and slave states and Lincoln's stance on slavery, describe how key events (such as land acquisitions, agreements about how new territories should enter the union as states, etc.) led the country into the civil war.

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