anonymous
  • anonymous
In what two ways did Northerners respond to the Emancipation Proclamation? They did not approve of slaves being set free. They did not think the document went far enough. They believed the war was about secession. They thought it should have not been written.
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DarrenMadx
  • DarrenMadx
You can eliminate the first choice. the north was all about freeing the slaves
anonymous
  • anonymous
They believed the war was about secession. is one
anonymous
  • anonymous
They thought it should have not been written

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anonymous
  • anonymous
so which one would it be
DarrenMadx
  • DarrenMadx
I would go with "They believed the war was about secession"
anonymous
  • anonymous
actually they are both correct
anonymous
  • anonymous
darren can u help
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanx i got it right, love the help
DarrenMadx
  • DarrenMadx
well the it would allow you to pick two answers

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