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Lincoln's emancipation memorial

Lincoln was a pragmatist, he felt he had to unied the devided North and South into one federation again. He drew the free-the-slaves-card… read more

Lincoln was a pragmatist, he felt he had to unied the devided North and South into one federation again. He drew the free-the-slaves-card precisely at the right moment. Too early would mean the South would be more aggrevated and stirr up the war even more. On January 1, 1863 he chose the right time, the Emancipation executive order was now part of the war and after some severe losses the North had to endure, they recently had won some battles ... close

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