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While the Compromise of 1850 had several parts, in exchange for the admission of California, the main concession the South was granted was
the reopening of the international slave trade.
the revocation of the 36'30 line of the Missouri Compromise.
the admission of New Mexico as a slave state.
a constitutional amendment protecting slavery where it existed.
the creation of a strict federal fugitive slave law.