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Was the Emancipation Proclamation more important to the American domestic audience with European powers ?

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  1. What?

    Your question doesn't make any sense. Please proofread, clarify, and repost.

  2. Thats exactly what the question is...cncl this one ..ill write on theother one...1st one...Was the Battle of Antietam etc., have no clue since i've read all the answers as correct ??? need help on this one

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  3. There is no correct answer about Antietam. This battle was not a baseball game. It appears to me that neither side gained an advantage -- except to kill and maim lots of their opponents.

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