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The Kansas-Nebraska Act was written to gain support for the Dred Scott decision. the abolition of slavery. a transcontinental railroad. the expansion of banking.

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Eric Morgan on October 14, 2018

The correct answer is this: "a transcontinental railroad." The Kansas-Nebraska Act was written with the purpose of obtaining support for a transcontinental railroad. The initial purpose of the Kansas–Nebraska Act was to open up many thousands of new farms and make feasible a midwestern Transcontinental Railroad.


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