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What is a reason that the Missouri Compromise did not have lasting effects?
A. It only applied to the lands of the Louisiana Purchase.
B. It only applied to the lands of the Mexican Cession.
C. It relied on popular sovereignty.
D. It limited the number of states that could be admitted per year.

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  1. The Missouri Compromise was criticized by many southerners because it established the principle that Congress could make laws regarding slavery; northerners, on the other hand, condemned it for acquiescing in the expansion of slavery (though only south of the compromise line). Nevertheless, the act helped hold the Union together for more than thirty years. It was repealed by the Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854, which established popular sovereignty (local choice) regarding slavery in Kansas and Nebraska, though both were north of the compromise line. Three years later, the Supreme Court in the Dred Scott case declared the Missouri Compromise unconstitutional, on the ground that Congress was prohibited by the Fifth Amendment from depriving individuals of private property without due process of law.

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  2. Zephyr managed to plagiarize that whole answer. He copied and pasted without using quotation marks or indicating the exact source of the information.

    It came from here: https://www.history.com/topics/abolotionist-movement/missouri-compromise

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