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Question of the Day: CLEP US History I

How did the concept of Manifest Destiny lead to the Civil War?
Manifest Destiny did not relate to the issue of slavery.
Manifest Destiny pushed for substantial westward expansion, which forced the divisive issue of slavery status in the new states, and ultimately led to bitter conflict.
Those who ascribed to Manifest Destiny believed in the spread of democracy, which they thought could not exist with slavery.
The ideas of Manifest Destiny were expressly pro-slavery and wanted to spread southern culture across the world.
Manifest Destiny pushed Americans to become more passionate and idealistic, leading to polarization in American society.

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