World History (Ms. Sue)

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Why was the immediate impact of the emancipation proclamation limited?

My answer: The impact was limited because most of the slaves that Lincoln intended to liberate lived in areas distant from the Union troops that could enforce his proclamation?

  • World History (Ms. Sue) -

    Yep.

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