President Lincoln's Contradictment Of African Americans

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So far President Lincoln had contradicted blacks fighting for the Union in any case, after the issuance of the Emancipation Proclamation, which pronounced that slaves in states still in insubordination on January 1, 1863, "should be then, thenceforward, and everlastingly free," he turned around his considering (Horton). Toward the end of the Emancipation Proclamation Lincoln declared that the liberated blacks "would be gotten into the furnished administration of the United States..." Lincoln arranged to take advantage of another wellspring of fighting people (Civil War). Lincoln thought this would both debilitate the foe and fortify the Union The enlistment of the blacks took workers from the South and put them in the Union armed force in spots

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