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What was the goal of the Missouri Compromise?

to create a slave state and a non-slave state
to create a free state where fugitive slaves could live
to establish a line between slave and non-slave states
to settle a disagreement between Missouri and Arkansas

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    I'll be glad to check your answer.

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    to establish a line between slave and non slave states?

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