Founding Fathers Forum: Dred Scott Case
Posted by: Mary (Roopkirani125@ThisIsToPreventSpam-894-RemoveThis.juno.com) on 6 Dec 2003 at 11:16:27 PM
In-Reply-To: 3/5's Compromise Question posted by Adam on 12:28:41 AM 9 Sep 2003
I have a debate in my history class and its over the Dred Scott Case. I'm proslavery and my topic is property, meaning if Dred Scott is the property of the slaveholder because if he isn't then he should have been freed once he entered a free state. So can you please provide me with an overview of court cases that involve the decision on property and also give me your views on it. Thank you, Mary
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