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What political dangers did President Lincoln face when he issued the Emancipation Proclamation ?

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  2. ok..Thanks

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  3. The main danger was that the states along the border that still had slaves but had not joined the confederacy might secede. (for example Kentucky)

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  4. I'm confused on this question..isn't the question asking what dangers is Lincoln facing...I'm thinking dangers he's facing with the other politicians ..meaning the other politicians didn't agree with him and disliked him regarding his decisions when issuing the Emanc. Proclomation ????

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  5. Damon...is my thought on my last question to you,(unanawered)correct ?

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