Dred Scott VS. Sanford By Ethan Frazier

The Dred Scott VS Sanford case came in a time when the north didn't want slavery and the south wanted slavery in the state. Slavery was a state issue. In 1834, slave Dred Scott was purchased in Missouri and then brought to Illinois a free (non-slave) state.

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