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The Kansas-Nebraska Act increased sectional tensions because it
supported pro-slavery constitutions in both Nebraska and Kansas.
repealed the Compromise of 1850.
enriched Southern railroad investors at the expense of the North.
was ruled unconstitutional by what was seen as a biased, pro-South Supreme Court.
was seen as a violation of the long-standing sectional balance created by the Missouri Compromise.