divisiveness that ultimately led to the Civil War”. Citizens in opposition of slavery grew more firm on their belief of equal rights which caused them to overlook the constitutional laws, which were a part of a group of laws referred to as “Compromise of 1850”. “In this compromise, the antislavery advocates gained the admission of California as a free state, and the prohibition of slave-trading in the District of Columbia. The slavery party received concessions with regard to slaveholding in Texas and the passage
Partisan Politics A partisan is someone who shows favoritism to something specific. Merriam Webster defines it as a firm adherence to a party, faction, cause, or person;especially: one exhibiting blind, prejudiced, and unreasoning allegiance . Therefore Partisan Politics is made up of people who are partial or favoring to one government party or sect. In the early Republic drastically different views of how the government should be run began to emerge. Alexander Hamilton believed that our new
scholarships. This paper will attempt to answer the question as to whether college athletes should be paid by explaining some pros and cons of this subject. Athletes form the basic unit of intercollegiate sports. Despite the success of NCAA tournaments, athletes do not receive any money for play. The main reason fronted by the NCAA for lack of payment is that payment would compromise the honor of intercollegiate athletics.