[Solved] HIST405N – Week 4 Discussion on Stepping Stones to the Civil War




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Discussion – Initial Post Instructions

For the initial post, pick three (3) of the leading causes of the American Civil War:

  • The Compromise of 1850
  • The Fugitive Slave Law 1850
  • Uncle Tom’s Cabin 1852
  • The Kansas Nebraska Act 1854
  • The Dred Scott Case of 1857
  • The Lincoln Douglas Debates 1858

Then, address one (1) of the following for your selections:

  • Based on the historical facts given in this module, assess if the American Civil War was inevitable.
  • Analyze if the United States Supreme Court can settle legal and moral issues through judiciary review. In your response, provide a documented example of a modern parallel of a legal or moral issue settled by the United States Supreme Court.

Writing Requirements

  • Minimum of 2 posts (1 initial & 1 follow-up)
  • APA format for in-text citations and list of references


Three of the leading causes of the American Civil War include The Compromise of 1850, Uncle Tom’s Cabin 1852, and The Dred Scott Case of 1857.

The Compromise of 1850

From the module lessons, The Compromise of 1850 was an attempt to get the North and South to make concessions (Chamberlain, 2023). The push was for the South to make a reasonable stance on the law regarding fugitive slaves. For the North, the concessions entailed letting California be a free state, surrendering territories to New Mexico, and abolishing the slave trade. For the south, concessions included cessation of slavery, compensation of Texas, and rigorous fugitive slave law.

Uncle Tom’s Cabin 1852

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