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The Compromise of 1839 officially known as the Act on the Sovereignty of Carolina and the Existence of Slavery Within the Freigan Empire was an act passed in the Freigan Legislature in response to the Nashville Convention. The Compromise legislation was first drafted by prominent members of the Legislature, before John C. Calhoun of South Carolina and Maximin Dubois of Alabama were invited to Syt in order to represent Carolina's view on the legislation. The resulting legislation became known as the Freedom Compromise but later adapted it's name as the Compromise of 1839 by many historians. While the compromise was able to relieve conflict over the issue of slavery, it was scorned by many Freigan's as being inhumane.


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