anonymous
  • anonymous
What issue constantly plagued Lincoln as the war progressed? 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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anonymous
  • anonymous
Lincoln was worried about whether his actions were correct at Fort Sumter. The Slavery issue came up again and again as well, with some people declaring emancipation well before the nation was ready for it. He reversed these decisions, but then eventually made the call himself, at least for the states that were in rebellion.
anonymous
  • anonymous
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