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Slavery remained legal so that the states would stay united.
Slavery was economically and culturally entrenched in the southern states in the late eighteenth century. The southern States would not have supported the ratification of the Constitution if it had called for the end of slavery.
If your referring to the USA, it would be Abraham Lincoln. He wrote the emancipation proclamation ending slavery in the southern states. Hope This Helps
southern states would not agree to a constitution that banned slavery
There was a vote for slavery with the Kansas Nebraska Act. The states held an election to decide if they would come in free or slave.
The settlers of the territories would decide.
Slavery was tolerated at the founding of the United States because some of the most powerful of the States were slave states and would not agree to abolition of slavery. If slavery had not been tolerated, the country would not have been founded in the first place
It would give the states a little time to decide if they wanted to quit the Confederacy, and thus be allowed to continue practising slavery for the time being.
because some people wanted to get the slaves and get what they want when them people are probably asleep when the slaves are doing all the work
The southern cotton producing states were the most threatened by slavery. They would lose cheap labor if slavery was abolished.
The Missouri Compromise was necessary for deciding the status of the enormous territory added to the USA by the Louisiana Purchase. It was needed to determine which new states would be slave-states, and which ones would be free soil. Conflict between slave owners and people who wanted slavery to end - APEX