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History, 22.06.2019 21:00 kevinhill185

The belief in manifest destiny included?

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Answer from: smartypants02

The answer to the question is that the:

~Manifest destiny was a widely held belief in the United States that its settlers were destined to expand across North America.


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Answer from: Giabear23

C, D, B

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Answer from: chaparro0512

The answer is

D-The belief in Manifest Destiny meant that the balance between free and slave states could shift as the United States expanded to the Pacific coast

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Answer from: bellabae8390

the answer is D on edge nuity

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Answer from: 11needhelp11

the correct answer is a

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Answer from: jjjones2233
A.the belief in manifest  destiny meant that slavery was likely to spread to all the territories as they became new states.
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Answer from: monk68
Here are my answers to your questions:

1) The balance of power in Congress would have shifted.
2) The belief in Manifest Destiny meant that the balance between free and slave states could shift as the United States expanded to the Pacific Coast.
3. Texas had to agree to abolish slavery.
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Answer from: ComicSans10
In the early 1800s, the way that was the belief in Manifest Destiny most likely to affect the admission of new states into the Union is that The belief in Manifest Destiny meant that European nations were likely to give up their claims to territories to avoid a battle over slavery.
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Answer from: 2006260
The belief in Manifest Destiny meant that the balance between free and slave states could shift as the US expanded to the Pacific coast. (The last option)

Neither side (slave vs. free states) could take control and eventually a line was drawn on the map to separate which parts of the new territories could own slaves or not.

I hope this helps. This is what I remember from APUSH at least.

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