The decision made slavery legal and slaves were properly without rights or citizenship.
Taney led the U.S. Supreme Court as Chief Justice in the Dred Scott decision.
This will be debated for years to come. Thus far, the Supreme Court has ruled against this notion, and is not likely to reverse their decision in the foreseeable future.
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In the Dred Scott decision a slave was taken up north to a "free state," according to the Missouri Compromise, and then brought back down to a slave state. Dred Scott felt that by entering a free state should be free from slavery, but on the ruling the Dred Scott decision ruled that slaves are considered property and can be taken anywhere, therefore going against the Missouri Compromise. The Supreme Court ruled that the Missouri Compromise was unconstitutional under the Fifth Amendment Takings Clause for the reasons stated above, and overturned the legislation.
In 1978, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that credit card issuers could charge out-of-state customers whatever rate was legal in the issuer's home state, igniting a race among the states to attract banks by removing their usury caps on interest rates. http://supreme.justia.com/us/439/299/case.html
Southern slave holders were pleased about the US Supreme Court's decision in the Dred Scott case because the Court affirmed that slavery was legal. It also affirmed the right to return slaves to their farmlands even if their master died with a slave being a travel companion. This was the world in the USA in the 1800's before the Civil War.
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In most cases a Supreme Court decision is permanent. The current Supreme Court can change the decision of a previous Supreme Court.
Southern slave owners were happy with the Dred Scott Supreme Court decision because it allowed them to take their slaves into slave free territories and not give up ownership. The case undermined local sovereignty.
Because the Supreme Court ruled he was still a slave even though his owner died. The North was upset by that.
Limited liability laws and the Supreme Court's decision prohibiting state governments from granting irrevocable charters to corporations greatly aided pre-established businesses with large amounts of capital. Limited liability laws reduced the financial risk of investors.
The Dred Scott decision by the US Supreme Court in 1857 confirmed what large scale slave owners in the south always believed. That was that slavery was legal under the US Constitution. The Court's decision was controversial, however, only a constitutional amendment could change that decision.
The Supreme Court's decision that slavery enjoyed total protection by the Constitution.
Since you didn't say WHICH Supreme Court decision, there is no way to answer the question.
The explanation for the US Supreme Court's decision is called the opinion.