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Which statement accurately describes Abraham Lincoln's view of slavery when he was first elected president? A. He would allow slavery only in border states and the western territories. B. He would not allow slavery to continue on American soil, no matter what. C. He would end slavery as soon as possible, even if it meant going to war. D. He would allow slavery to continue in the South to prevent a war.
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ha sorry i'm not good at language. :P but i will see if i can help
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It is history
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yea
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Why were General Ulysses S. Grant's surrender terms to General Robert E. Lee at Appomattox Court House considered "generous"? A. He promised government jobs to all of Lee's soldiers. B. He allowed Lee's men to keep their horses and side arms. C. He threw an elaborate banquet for Lee's officers. D. He offered to take Lee to Washington to meet the president.
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http://www.lib.niu.edu/1997/ihy970236.html
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B and sorry i'm doing my own work
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