Abraham Lincoln-The Greatest President Of All Time

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Abraham Lincoln- The Greatest President of All Time Over the course of the past years, there have been many presidents and debates whether or not they have been beneficial to the United States of America. Even though there have been other great presidents, people should know that Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president was unquestionably an astonishing president. He was a great president because of how he: lead the union to victory, helped slaves to freedom, and issued the Emancipation Proclamation. Lincoln did many things while he was in office, one task he did was leading the union to victory during the Civil War. Lincoln helped the Union fight at their best during the Civil War. According to History.com he “proved to be a shrewd military strategist and a savvy leader” (History.com Staff). Here, it explains how he was proved to have many war tactics and strategies which meant that Lincoln was a good leader. President Lincoln took many risks to ensure that the Union was always active when fighting. Republicans also had Lincoln join their party after the He states, “Now, therefore, I, Abraham Lincoln, president of the U.S. by the power in me vested as Commander-in-Chief of the Army and Navy… as a fit and necessary war measure” (Lincolns EP found at Civil War Trust). Lincoln released the Emancipation Proclamation to grant freedom to the slaves in the Confederate states. Even though he wasn’t a big fan of Confederate supporter, he made sure that the slaves were granted freedom. Just like Abraham Lincon, all presidents should have a strong and kind attitude. “also, under this proclamation, freedom would only come to the slaves if the Union won the war” (Civil War Trust). Finally, union defeated the Confederate which left them free. Instead of having a sharp end to the war, Lincoln caused an ending to it that nobody would forget. He granted lives to many working

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  • Opines that abraham lincoln, the 16th president, was unquestionably an astonishing president. he led the union to victory, helped slaves to freedom, and issued the emancipation proclamation.
  • Explains how lincoln helped the union fight at their best during the civil war. he was proved to be a shrewd military strategist and savvy leader.
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