Civil War.docx - This week you are studying one of the highlights of the course The Civil War This is an event many know something about especially

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This week, you are studying one of the highlights of the course, The Civil War. This is an event many know something about, especially concerning the battles. It is a watershed moment in American history because the country will never be the same following its conclusion. In this week’s submission you have a choice to write about 2 different aspects of the Civil War, depending upon your interests. Answer either of the following 2 prompts for this chapter’s reflection paper. 1 - In 1861, President Lincoln asserted that he had no intention of interfering with slavery where it already existed. Two years later, however, he changed his position and issued the Emancipation Proclamation. Why did Lincoln change his position?
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