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Analysis of Emancipation proclamation on American history The turning point played a great role in the American history. It was a vital stage that marked the end of slavery. The ex-slaves got the opportunity to obtain American citizenship. The proclamation did not fully outlaw the slavery in the country but it was permitted by the Union of states. The proclamation directive widened the objectives of the union and the efforts it was making towards the war. The abolition of poverty was made an exceptional goal of the union. The step also ensured that the country was united in times of division during the war. The proclamation denied the European army from making any form of intervention in the war. This was achieved because the Emancipation Proclamation was made an objective of the union towards abolishing slavery. It was strongly linked to being supporting the Confederacy of slavery. Lincoln believed that proclamation gained a lot of foreign publicity (Hale, 2016) People
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