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Emancipation Proclamation: A Strong War Strategy

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If you really look at it the Emancipation Proclamation was used as a strong war strategy during the Civil War. President Abraham Lincoln presented it on January 1st, 1863. The document said to free the slaves in the states that were in rebellion to the Union. This also made African Americans have a bigger role in the war from not only the Emancipation Proclamation itself, but orders following such as General Order No. 143. This war strategy really helped the North win the war against the South. START The Emancipation Proclamation was not good for the South in terms of getting their way or winning in the war. Since it freed the slaves in the rebellion states, which were in the South, the economy was impacted in a negative way. The stability

In this essay, the author

  • Explains that the emancipation proclamation was used as a strong war strategy during the civil war.
  • Opines that the emancipation proclamation was not good for the south in terms of getting their way or winning in the war.
  • Explains that lincoln called the emancipation proclamation a "fit and necessary war measure for suppressing said rebellion". after this slaves were able to fight in the war.
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