Resistance (Banks, 1999)

James A. Banks et al., eds., United States: Adventures in Time and Place (New York: McGraw-Hill School Division, 1999), 462.
Although the Compromise of 1850 was approved, many problems remained.  Abolitionists stated that the Fugitive Slave Law clashed with the Bill of Rights.  Under the Fugitive Slave Law, a free African American could be captured and sold into slavery. 
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