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Irrepressible Conflicts

Price: $49.95
Order Number: 816.0020
Format : DVD
Several pieces of legislation lead to irrepressible conflicts. The persistence of slavery dashed any hopes that the Compromise of 1850 might settle sectional differences between the north and south. As the abolitionists and the slave catchers dramatized the moral issue involved, we analyze how the Fugitive Slave Act, the Kansas-Nebraska Act and the Dred Scott decision led to irrepressible conflicts.

Your students will learn about the battle between proslavery groups and abolitionists as well as:

-- The Fugitive Slave Law’s impact on American society.
- The effects of H.B. Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin.
-- The impact of the Kansas-Nebraska Act, including Senator Douglas’ role.
-- The beginning of sectionalism in political parties in the 1850’s.

Rights granted with purchase include: a) life of media audiovisual use, b) public performance, c) campus or building closed circuit and digital/video-on-demand transmission.

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Ideal for Grades: 9 -12
Duration: 30 minutes
Closed Captioned
© 2004 Dallas Telelearning
Series #816

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