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In what way was Harriet Beecher Stowe's book Uncle Tom's Cabin so important to the abolition movement? A.It exposed the evils and cruelty of slavery. B.It led to the development of the Underground Railroad. C.It led to a massive slave revolt in the South. D.It called for the emancipation of all slaves.

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    It exposed the evils and cruelty of by using real examples of a slaves life. The rest of the country was able to get a first person view of it. So, A.

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