From 1787 until 1865 slavery complicated the expansion of the Republic. The War Between the States raised new questions. How would the South re-enter the Union? How would the United States absorb western lands now that the North no longer had to negotiate with the South? How should the former slaves be treated? For seventy years after the war, novel authorities – college educated experts – were instrumental in giving answers.
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