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What was stephen douglas views on slavery in the 1858 debate?

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Stephen Douglas designed the Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 that created the idea of popular sovereignty. It allowed new states to decide whether to permit slavery or not on their own. AnswerParty!

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