1. Dred Scott-- Well..I'm sure the South viewed it as a positive thing. The
North, of course, abhorred it. They began to worry that slavery
was, indeed, legal in the North. They also began to worry that slaves in the South would soon have very few (if any) rights at all.
This case came at a very tender time in the US, as slavery was a
hot topic of all the elections, and a source of major conflict
between the North and South. The rulings of this court case blew
all previous conflicts out of the water, and set forth a new wave
of bitter disagreement.
2. John Brown's raid- Although the raid failed, it inflamed sectional tensions and raised the stakes for the 1860 presidential election. Brown's raid helped make any further accommodation between North and South nearly impossible and thus became an important impetus of the Civil War.
B. The Court ruled blacks could not be considered citizens and reversed part of the Missouri Compromise.
Here is the official ruling of the case:
1. "Persons of African descent cannot be, nor were ever intended to be, citizens under the U.S. Constitution. Plaintiff is without standingto file a suit."
2. "The Property Clause is only applicable to lands possessed at the time of ratification (1787). As such, Congress cannot ban slavery in the territories. Missouri Compromise is unconstitutional."
3. "Due Process Clause of the Fifth Amendment prohibits the federal government from freeing slaves brought into federal territories"
That Scott, as a slave, was not a citizen and therefore had no right to sue
The answer is inductive reasoning.
Inductive reasoning is reasoning where the premises support the conclusion. The conclusion is the hypothesis, or probable. This means that the conclusion is the part of reasoning that inductive reasoning is trying to prove. Inductive reasoning is also referred to as 'cause and effect reasoning' or 'bottom-up reasoning' because it seeks to prove a conclusion first. This is usually derived from specific instances to develop a general conclusion.
Here we read the use of an if-sentence, a conditional sentence which can be used to introduce cause and effect.
The correct answer is inductive, hope that helps ya
Explanation: I used the process of elimination;
it wouldn’t be option A. Because the student needs to know about what was happening between England and France, not the Americas.
Option B is incorrect due to the fact the student is researching ‘The Hundred Years’ War’ not A war that lasted a hundred years.
Option C would be incorrect because it explores other students comprehension of The Hundred Years’ War, and it wouldn’t actually give details of the event itself.
Option D is the answer because it delves into major events of the war, which would be vital for a student writing a research paper on it.
fun fact that my history teacher told us today was that slaves werent given tombstones unless they died free like Fredrick Douglass but Scott was so important he got one! Dred scott died a slave