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A Constitution of Compromises
When the 55 delegates of the Confederation came together in 1787 to record their ideas in the United States Constitution via consensus, the subject touching upon slavery in the States turned out to be the most debated point. States were openly divided in their economical, political, social and moral ideologies. Yet the impulse for a well-ordered, prosperous union gave way to making many compromises despite those ideals. With the intention to secure participation of all 13 States in the Union, the framers of the Constitution allowed slavery to be continued in the nation where "all men are c…
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