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1. After the Dred scott decision, Frederick Douglass said he sought to have americans live up to the principles of the constitution. What did he believe prevented americans from living up to the constitution?
A. manifest destiny
B. abolition ***
C. popular sovereignty
D. slavery

2. Which of the following led to some northerners labeling john brown as a matyr?
A. Browns appearance as being insane and the failure of his raid
B. browns acceptance of giving up his life for his beliefs ***
C. Browns desire to organize and carry out a slave revolt
D. Browns persistance when fighting back against southern troops

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  1. 1. no
    2. no

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  2. ms.Sue could you help me next.

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  3. I don't know how to help you with that math problem.

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    Ms. Sue
  4. I think 1. is slavery and I think 2. Is correct

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  5. ms sue shut up you not even a real teacher so get off of here

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