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Despite being _______________, Robert E. Lee signed on as a Confederate General because he was __________________. a. anti-slavery / pro-Virginia c. anti-slavery / pro-secession b. anti-union / pro-slavery d. anti-secession / pro-slavery

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  1. anonymous
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    @ashleyz @Ambe_Kay

  2. anonymous
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    alll ik is he was against slavery and was the governor of Virginia my home state!

  3. anonymous
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    so i wanna say A cuz Virginia was racist as hell

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    @Hunterbuscus121 got anything to add?

  5. anonymous
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    just know its not C or D .. he was defiantly anti-slavery he found it morally wrong.. and if it is C or D the f* that test they're wrong lmao js

  6. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    General Lee felt he could not lead the Federal army into his home state. States in those days were not as united as they are today. Lee was first a Virginian and reluctantly accepted his state's choice to secede from the US. His 3 sons also served as officers in the Confederate army.

  7. anonymous
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    so thennnn whats the answer B?

  8. anonymous
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    A?

  9. anonymous
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    welll i dont understand how he put that answers all ikn is the last two are wrong

  10. anonymous
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    There are suggestions that he didn't want to fight the North, and that he was hoping that his home state of Virginia wouldn't join the Confederacy. But when it did, he was named a general. After some early setbacks, he was assigned as military adviser to Jefferson Davis before again taking command of Southern armies in 1862.

  11. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    The answer is anti-slavery / pro-secession

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