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    Compromise to Solve Problems Are there many ways to resolve conflict? The answer is yes. However, compromise is the best way to end in a neutral solution that can benefit both parties. Compromise is an agreement between conflicting individuals where they agree to make concessions. In most conflicts, the two parties either disagree on something or trying to prove a point. Settling the issue using compromise can be beneficial for both parties, form an understanding to the other’s point, and can help resolve a serious conflict. There are many ways compromise can benefit both sides. In the article, Agree to Disagree - The Use of Compromise in Conflict, it states, “When an agreement is reached and the parties separate, the compromise process…

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    The Compromise Of 1850

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    (1) In the first place, the Compromise of 1850 was a bundle of five separate bills go by the United States Congress in September 1850, this defused a four-year political showdown amongst slave and free states with respect to the status of regions gained amid the Mexican-American War. Contention emerged over the Fugitive Slave arrangement. The Compromise was welcomed with alleviation, albeit every side loathed arrangement. The Compromise got to be conceivable after the sudden passing of President…

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    Failure of Political Compromise According to The Merriam-Webster Dictionary, the definition of compromise is “a settlement of differences reached by mutual concessions” (166). A compromise can be temporary or long-term and is typically settled by two or more parties. In any government changes are inevitable, so these compromises may be altered or abolished. In terms of slavery, compromise was one of the more difficult decisions in United States history. Determining whether or not it was…

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    Missouri Compromise

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    In 1803, the United States purchased the Louisiana Territory from France, thus doubling the size of the United States. The new edition to the country caused a problem, however. A decision had to be made as to which parts of the new territory would be slave states and which would be free states. In the years prior to 1820 when the Missouri Compromise was passed, tensions concerning slavery grew across the country. When applying for statehood, Missouri caused a lot of conflict between the north…

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    Compromise In The 1800s

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    Compromise is crucial to the stability of a Union, especially one as new as the states were in the 1800s. Without compromise there is no unity throughout the states which causes complete chaos, which we knew even back then. Despite of how crucial it was for the leaders in the North and South to find compromise were unable to find that vital common ground that they could use to come up with a neutral decision about aspects in and out of the government. The conflict was made up of the pro-slavery…

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    Compromise Of 1850

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    brought on by a number of issues, acts and debates throughout the 1850’s and early 1860’s. However, the event that was the kickoff for these major turning events in history was the Mexican-American War. It was a national debate regarding whether slavery should enter the country, when the United States needed to determine what to do with the land they gained from the war. After the war, leaders in the 1850s began to compromise. Their compromises did nothing to help solve the issue, all it seemed…

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    dismissed dozens of compromises to diminish sectional tensions created by opposing slavery beliefs. During April 1861, the agreements created by the United States government began to display their repercussions. These repercussions were caused by the unhappiness created by the compromises and because of the unsatisfying conditions, many Southern states, including states such as Georgia, Florida, and Alabama, seceded from the union and the North was constantly unpleased. These deals were made to…

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    collectivly called the Compromise of 1850 (Primary Documents, 2012). The Compromise of 1850 was made to solve significant slavery and boundary issues that caused turmoil between the north and the south which were simultaneously also avoided the termination of the union (The Missouri Compromise, n.d.). In order for this to happen, the Compromise was made of five different parts that would resolve five different problems. Each problem would address a different problem in order to reach a…

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    Missouri Compromise The balance between free and slaves states was disrupted when in 1819 Missouri requested to be admitted in the union as a slave state. In order to preserve the balance, Congress passed a compromise in 1820. It admitted Missouri as a slave state and a part of Northern Massachusetts as a free state. This part of Massachusetts was named the state of Maine. This compromise also helped with admission of any state into the nation. Any territory North of the 36 ° 30 ° latitude line…

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    Compromise of 1850 1850 The Compromise of 1850 was first presented by Henry Clay. It consisted of five major parts: admitting California as a free state, the question of slavery in the territories would be resolved with popular sovereignty, ending the slave trade in D.C., enforcing stricter fugitive slave laws, and the Texas-New Mexico border would be fixed. When introduced, the bill was attacked by John C. Calhoun, who demanded that the North end its efforts to limit slavery. The debates…

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