The commerce and slave trade compromise was a consensus between Northern and Southern America, where they agreed not to interrupt slave trades for a minimum of 20 years while also receiving tax from state exports.
The Compromise resulted in a consensus that prohibited Congress from banning southern American states from slave trading for 20 years. This was due to misgivings about maintaining their farms. Northern America had abolished the slave trade. But congress was unable to do this in southern America. The result was an agreement that prohibited interference till 1808 while taxing the slaves being imported and regulating the state’s taxes.
Slavery is an important part of US history. The slavery and commerce demands led to opposing views, particularly looking at the approval of the US constitution. The commerce and slave trade compromise was a treaty made between the Northern and the Southern states of the USA. The agreement was to forbid Congress to hamper slave trades for a minimum of 20 years and taxing the state exports. The compromise, however, went ahead to impose a tax on imported slave and keep taxes on imported products.