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Which of the following statements describes the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850?
It denied alleged runaways a jury trial or the right to testify in their own defense.
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How a Northerners felt towards the fugitive slave act of 1850
“We don’t respect this law, and we won’t obey it”
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The Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 angered northerners because it
required all citizens to support the slave system.
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The Fugitive Slave Act of 1850
Legally protected slavery by the federal government. This Act allowed slave owners to go to court in their home states to reclaim runaway slaves who owed service. Meant that slaves could legally be chased after. There was no statute of limitations, which meant that the law could still be enforced long after an escape. The law was retroactive: it applied to former slaves who ran away before the law was passed. Federal officers were given financial incentives to capture and send suspected fugitives back into bondage. Local officials had to enforce this act as part of their duties. It was considered a legal felony to aid or hide fugitives.
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