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Question

In his first inaugural address, what points did Lincoln emphasize? *Multiple Choice Question*
A. He intended to put an end to slavery as soon as he could.
B.He had no intention of invading the South.
C.He was going to allow slavery in the states that already had it.
D. He was not going to allow the seizing of Federal property.
E. He was willing to negotiate a price for the seized property in order to avoid war.

2 Answer

  • Its gonna be (B), (C), and (D)
  • The correct answers are B) He had no intention of invading the South. C) He was going to allow slavery in the states that already had it. D) He was not going to allow the seizing of Federal property.

    In his first inaugural address, the points that Lincoln emphasized were the following: He intended to put an end to slavery as soon as he could, he had no intention of invading the South, he was not going to allow the seizing of Federal property.

    On March 4, 1861, Abraham Lincoln assumed the presidency of the United States. He was the 16th President. He delivered his inaugural speech in which he offered "an amicable hand" to the southern states but he also mentioned that by no means he was going to allow states to secede. Let's remember that in November 1860, seven states decided to separate from the Union to form the Confederate States of America. This was the beginning of many differences that ended up in a civil war.

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