What issue constantly plagued Lincoln as the war progressed
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Many things from Slavery to his actions at Fort Sumter. Is your question a multiple choice? Lincoln was a screwed up man who had a lot of things bothering him, so it would help to narrow it down.
finding a general who would be aggressive and win the war
finding a general who would not run from battle
finding a way to get more states to join the Union
finding a way to get the Union troops to fight harder
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why was McClellan's campaign was unsuccessful, despite his numerical advantage?
Well, he was very devoted to keeping the union whole, for one. (Whether it was constitutional or not, mind you.) But he was also very concerned with Union spirit. The Union Army was suffering from severe loss of morale as the war pressed on. None of the options sound spot on, but I'll tell you for sure it's either C or D. They had plenty of cut-throat, cruel generals already.