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John Brown's raid on Harper's Ferry was significant because it
showed the perils of allowing slaves to become educated.
was the event in Bleeding Kansas that prompted President Buchanan to send in federal troops.
was the first attack on Federal property by Southern rebels.
confirmed the greatest fears in the South of the effects of radical militant abolitionism, whereby whites and blacks engaged in anti-slavery violence.
was the first highly organized slave rebellion.