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Q: President Lincoln of trying to keep the states together?
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Did president Lincoln change his mind about hes goal of trying to keep the states together?

No. He never did.

Who was Lincoln trying to reunite during the civil war?

Lincoln's plan to reunite the nation after the Civil War provided that if 10 percent of the people who voted in election swore allegiance to the Union then the seceded states could reenter the Union. Lincoln wanted to make it easy for the seceded states to rejoin the Union. Following the assassination of President Lincoln, President Johnson was also lenient concerning this issue. This placed him at odds with the Radical Republicans.

Why is Lincoln a great president?

Abraham Lincoln was a great president because he achieved everything he could by trying as hard as he could and he was able to do anything.

Did Abraham Lincoln promise to preserve the union?

Yes yes he did. Civil war was primarily a battle between States rights vs Federalism with the Southern states trying to leave to promote a government emphasizing states rights. Lincoln, as president supported the Northern states position of Federalism and successfully defeated the southern states attempt to separate from the north.

What point was president Lincoln trying to make?

His point was that he need

What is Abraham Lincoln remenber for?

he was the 16th president of the United States and one of the greatest. He abolished slavery (for the most part) and is famous for being president during the Civil War and trying to keep the nation united through tough times.

How does president Lincoln demonstrate the qualities of an outstanding citizen?

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Was Abraham Lincoln in favor of slavery?

This question appears to ask if Abraham Lincoln was in favor of slavery. With that said, Lincoln as a private citizen, was opposed to the institution of slavery in the United States. As a candidate for the Office of US President, and after he was elected US President, Lincoln had not changed his personal views that slavery was wrong. However, Lincoln was President of all of the USA, and believed that:A. As Chief Executive, he had no power under the US Constitution to end slavery;B. That in order to keep the Union whole, he made it clear that he had no intentions of trying to remove slavery where it already existed; andC. His intent was that slavery be not spread to US Territories or to new States.

Who was the president during the time of the civil war and what does he say he is trying to do by going top the war with the south?

Abraham Lincoln

Was Abraham Lincoln for the north or the south?

Hard question, because he was the president of the US at the time of the civil war. He sort of supported the north because he did not like slavery and did not want the slavery in the US to spread. But overall he was just trying to help both sides. Lincoln was president of the United States, which during the war was the North..He wanted to preserve the Union above all else, even if it meant not freeing the slaves..His own words....

What was some of the causes of the civil war?

Some causes of the Civil War are Lincoln becoming president and not wanting slavery in the states, tensions over states rights versus federal authority, and wesward expansion. President did not want slavery, so when he became president he was trying to abolish is. The southern states, which had major plantations, did not want to end slavery. 11 southen states declared their secession from the U.S. to make the Confederate states of America.

Where did the southern states decided to secede?

The disagreement about whether or not it was ok to keep slaves is the reason the South seceded formally from the Union of States. The Civil War began because the South wanted to keep their slaves, but the North was trying to do away with the practice.