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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 'em this time... now in 1864, when Stonewall Jackson came around by— I beg your pardon, young folks."p. 101.7
Missouri Compromise = agreement between pro-slavery and anti-slavery factions in the United States
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