u.s. history

How did the intent of Lincoln's second inaugural address compare to the first address?
A. Lincoln wanted to punish the South for leaving the Union rather than trying to appease them, like in the first address.
B. In both addresses, Lincoln pleaded for an end to slavery in the United States.
C. The second address focused on healing the wounds between the North and South instead of trying to convince the South to stay in the Union.**
D. Lincoln wanted to outline his tough reconstruction plan in the second address in a tone similar to his first address.

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  2. yes it is C the rest of them are:
    1.D
    2.B
    3. B
    4.C
    5.B
    6.C

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