Secession Of Texas

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The secession of Texas from the Union was a decision that impacted every single life of the average Texan. There were many benefits, as well as challenges that came from this. A few days after Texas joined the Confederate States of America, Lincoln was inaugurated as president in March 4, 1861. After he was inaugurated, he and his cabinet took the position that the states, including Texas had no power to sever their connection with the Union in this way and that the authority of the United States government over them would be maintained. This meaning that no matter what the efforts of the Confederacy was, the United States still had power and control over them. This was a major challenge because it was a constant struggle between Texas and
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