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The Surpreme Court ruled that slaves were not citizens of the U.S. and had no rights.
Answer:Dred Scott decision

The number of slave states and free states was kept balanced when Missouri was allowed into the Untion as a slave state and Maine as a free state.
Answer:Missouri Compromise

"Each state... has a right to do as it pleases on...slavery."
Answer:Stephen Douglas

California became a free state, and the Fugitive Slave Law was passed.
Answer:Compromise of 1850

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