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    Was it a good idea for Abraham Lincoln to wait for the Union Army to win

    a battle beforeissuingtheproclamation? 2. Why are these two documents were important during the Civil War?

    3. Why is the Emancipation Proclamation and General Order 143 are important

    today?

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    It was strategic. If Lincoln would have issued the Emancipation Proclamation before the north won a battle, it would give the impression that he just wanted blacks to fight only because he was loosing the war.

    After the Union won Antietam, he issued the proclamation. This bolstered the Union cause from one of defying states rights, to defending the freedom of men in bondage. Was a great battle cry.


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