slave who forever changed the definition of property. He went with his master to Illinois and Minnesota and claimed that this made him a free man. The Missouri Supreme Court found otherwise. Scott, sued his new owner, John Sanford of New York, for damages, alleging physical abuse. A federal court ruled that Scott was a citizen. But the Supreme Court ruled otherwise. Chief Justice Roger Taney, in an 1857 plurality opinion, said that African-Americans could never become United States citizens and that the Missouri Compromise was unconstitutional. Further, the Court said, Congress could not constitutionally exclude slavery from the territories.
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
1. What was the Supreme Court's ruling on the Dred Scott case? (1 point)D red 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
Lincoln best demonstrated the qualities of the Republican Party in that ___________________ . a.he supported Congress’ decision in the Dred Scott Case b.he believed that blacks and slaves were equal to whites c.he supported
Which of the following best explains the Dred Scott case and how it affected the debate about slavery? Dred Scott was a slave owner who learned his slave was living as a free man in a Northern state. He argued that the slave
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1. What was an underlying source of tension in westward expansion during the 1850s? (1 point) the inflation of goods a sharp decrease in population whether newly added territories should allow slavery **** disagreement over
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