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Proposed in December of 1860, as southern states began to secede, the Crittenden Compromise proposed that
Southern states that seceded states were free to go.
a constitutional amendment be added to protect slavery where it already existed.
popular sovereignty would be the final arbiter of how new states would determine their free or slave status.
eliminated slavery in Washington DC.
the international slave trade would be resumed.