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What does this quote suggest about the limits of the Emancipation Proclamation? (5 points) Slaves were eager to experience freedom, to fight for it, and were confident the North would protect them. Not all slaves left plantations immediately in response to the news out of fear that it was not permanent. Most former slaves enlisted in the Union army as soon as Union troops delivered news of the document. The document ended up having little effect on slavery, as the majority of slaves did not believe it was true.
Score: 5 of 5 10. (04.03 MC) Question refers to the excerpt below. "[Because of the Emancipation Proclamation] the condition of things [became] ... unsettled, revolutionary, with nothing clearly defined, neither slave nor slaveholder having any rights which they felt bound mutually to respect ... Slave property in the state of Missouri was almost a dead weight to the owner; he could not sell because there were no buyers."—H.C. Bruce, a former slave in Missouri What does this excerpt suggest about the effects of the Emancipation Proclamation? (5 points)
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