why does lincoln think the union is perpetual? Explain?

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Apr 30th, 2015

Lincoln stated his belief in his first inaugural address that the Union, having been formed through the Constitution, was intended to be a permanent institution.  He further stated that there is no provision in the Constitution for the Union to "terminate" itself, and that it can only be destroyed by outside means.  He felt that the Union was founded to last permanently.

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