Which describes what the missouri compromise (compromise of 1820) and the compromise of 1850 had in common? a. they both attempted to preserve the union. b. they both supported states rights over federal power. c. they both found permanent solutions to the slavery issue. d. they both tried to end slavery in southern states.
A. They both attempted to preserve the Union. Both compromise sought to satisfy both pro-slavery and anti-slavery factions in government. Both sought to find ways to ensure that there was a balance between the two sides. The Kansas-Nebraska Act however, destroyed that balance and later led to Civil War.
Explanation: i took the test PS GOD loves you so much
In an effort to preserve the balance of power in Congress between slave and free states, the Missouri Compromise was passed in 1820 admitting Missouri as a slave state and Maine as a free state
They both attempted to preserve the Union.
Though the Missouri Compromise managed to keep the peace—for the moment—it failed to resolve the pressing question of slavery and its place in the nation’s future. Southerners who opposed the Missouri Compromise did so because it set a precedent for Congress to make laws concerning slavery, while Northerners disliked the law because it meant slavery was expanded into new territory
there are no mutiple choices here
both believe in many god or polytheism
both built temples that they worshiped in both civilization's god were humanoid
both groups made religion a large portion of their lives
both believe in one religion throughout
the dead were buried with items for the afterlife