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What did Frederick Douglass believe that prevented Americans from living up to the Constitution?

a) manifest destiny
b) abolition
c) popular sovereignty (my answer)
d) slavery

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  1. Look all those terms up!!

    http://www.google.com

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  2. ... and keep in mine this is a negative (backwards-phrasing) question. It's not asking what made Americans (and you need to think about Northerners AND Southerners here) live up to the Constitution. What is it really asking?

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  3. ... in mind ...

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  4. So, is it slavery?

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  5. Yes.

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  6. Thanks Writeacher!

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  7. You're welcome!

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