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Hist 1301 ESSAY QUESTIONS FOR UNIT IV Multiple choice questions will be drawn from each of these essay topics. In order to choose the correct answer to each question, you should be knowledgeable in these areas. 1. Discuss the variety of justifications for slavery that were developed by southern planters and politicians. 2. Describe the five "bleeding wounds" of the Union at the end of the 1840s and explain how the Compromise of 1850 dealt with each of those wounds. 3. Discuss the life of Abraham Lincoln. Describe his personal traits, his career, and some of the issues during his presidency that made him one of the most important Presidents in our nation's history. 4. Discuss the results of Civil War in the context of the Reconstruction era, include comments on who gained, who lost, and who held power in the South. SHORT I.D. TERMS FOR UNIT IV Multiple choice questions will be drawn from each of these
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