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What was the Supreme Court's ruling on the Dred Scott case?
Dred Scott should be considered free since he had lived in many states where slavery was banned.
Dred Scott could be free if he paid a fee.
Dred Scott was still a slave and not a citizen.
The case never reached the Supreme Court.

  • LA -

    http://www.history.com/topics/dred-scott-case

  • LA -

    can you give me the right answer please

  • LA -

    You'd have saved both of us time if you'd read the first paragraph in the site a posted above.

    "The court found that no black, free or slave, could claim U.S. citizenship, and therefore blacks were unable to petition the court for their freedom."

  • LA -

    so its C

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    Right.

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    Bahahahahahah

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    Um Mrs. Sue getting sassy

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