Which of the following statements is MOST accurate?
Lincoln's wartime strategy rested on the
assumption that if the Union occupied the Confederacy's capital, then that symbolic victory would signal the end of the War.
Most Union troops supported the Emancipation Proclamation, and in fact enlisted in 1861 precisely to help abolish slavery.
During the War, the Confederacy adopted a defensive tact, generally preferring engagements designed to fend off Union armies and only occasionally leading troops north of the Confederacy's borders.
The South was able to effectively use its greatest economic asset—its vast cotton fields—to garner support from Great Britain.
The answer from the options you provided is the 3rd one: "During the War, the Confederacy... View the full answer