Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln - Abraham Lincoln-Ap Why hello George Sorry...

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Abraham Lincoln-Ap: Why hello, George. Sorry, for not responding to your previous chats. I’ve been out and about in the White House and have had very minimal relaxing time. This is the first time I have been free to talk to anybody in a few months due to all the speeches I have been giving about our divided state on the verge of complete warfare. I have some questions that I have been yearning to ask you for some time now. The first being, why didn’t you and your friends at the Constitutional Convention abolish and outlaw slavery altogether? Had you chosen to take on this difficult subject, you could have saved many American lives during my presidency. Jorge Washington: Hello there Abe. Foremost, I have a question for you. What is this “White House” that you speak of? White seems like a rather bland color to paint your home. Now as to your question regarding slavery, there are various reasons why slavery was not abolished during the Constitutional Convention. Foremost was the stubborn refusal of southern representatives to hear any anti-slavery ideas. We were a young nation with an upstart economy, and the cheap labor force
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2010 for the course ECON 4428 taught by Professor Dr.siwak during the Spring '10 term at Drew.

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