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May 13, 2024

[Answer] 2. The rather shaky peace between the North and South received a severe test in 1852 when a runaway best-selling novel appeared in the North. What was its title?

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...1. Leaves of Grass 2. Uncle Tom's Cabin 3. The Minister's Wooing 4. Gates Ajar Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel made a penetrating--and emotional--case against slavery as an institution that harmed slaves and slave-owners alike. The North loved it; the South hated it (and tried to ban it).




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Uncle Tom's Cabin:


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