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Missouri Compromise
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To Kill a Mockingbird
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  • "Tell you, Atticus," Cousin Ike would say, "the Missouri Compromise was what licked us, but if I had to go through it agin I’d walk every step of the way there an’ every step back jist like I did before an’ furthermore we’d whip ’cause this time… now in 1864, when Stonewall Jackson came around by— I beg your pardon, young folks.
    p.101.7

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  • I’ve got about seventy-five other things to do and the Missouri Compromise to straighten out, but I’ll take your case.
    Stephen Vincent Benét  --  The Devil and Daniel Webster
  • He was born with the Missouri Compromise and lay a-dying amid the echoes of Manila and El Caney: stirring times for living, times dark to look back upon, darker to look forward to.
    W. E. B. Du Bois  --  The Souls of Black Folk

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