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How did African Americans support the war effort?

A:Slaves and free blacks fought for the Confederacy

B:Enslaved African Americans spied on the Union troops and the Confederacy.

C:By law, African Americans were forbidden from supporting the was effort on either side

D:After the Militia Act, African Americans fought for the Union***

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    Yes, D

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