anonymous
  • anonymous
Why did Lincoln's pocket veto of the Wade-Davis bill outrage fellow Republicans? They believed it betrayed the party. They wanted their own way in the matter. It appeared he was siding with Democrats. He went against promises he had made.
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DarrenMadx
  • DarrenMadx
It appeared he was siding with Democrats. the Democrats wanted a softer punishment for the south and Lincoln are with them, to a certain extent.

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