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Religion, Faith, War

ABRAHAM LINCOLN's leadership was steady throughout the Civil War.  His faith in the righteousness of his pro-Union policies kept the Union alive during the darkest days of the Civil War.  He was a charismatic, moral leader who had a broad strategic vision of his goal (reuniting the nation like it was before the war started; later, freeing the slaves became a second goal).  He had great political skill in settling disputes among his. . . .

Abraham Lincoln played a big roll in freeing the slaves. Emancipation Proclamation was made by the president. The first part of it declared freedom for all the slaves in the confederate states.

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