Abrham Lincoln: Biggot?

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American History

 

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October 31, 2016

 

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William Lloyd Garrison was continually fighting for the emancipation of slaves in Washington D.C.; Lincoln was then able to see the slavery issue from both ends. Issuing into congress Lincoln added a resolution to abolish slavery in Washington D.C. adding a section required the municipal authorities on Washington to provide strict fugitive slave laws for all those slaves who had fled to D...
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adding a section required the municipal authorities on Washington to provide strict fugitive slave laws for all those slaves who had fled to D.C. (Hofstadter p.141). Not wanting to expand slavery any further, Lincoln has begun to contradict his belief that all men are created equal, passing the Fugitive Slave Act (1850) and then trying to stop its expansion into the west, not completely ridding the nation of it...
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