Emancipation Proclamation

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The emancipation proclamation and its impact on the dynamics of the civil war

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Emancipation Proclamation1Students nameCourseCourse codeInstructorDateEmancipation ProclamationThe emancipation proclamation impacted greatly the dynamics of the civil war. Thecivil war was between the confederacy states of the south and the northern countries whowere in the union. Although the civil war contention issues were over taxation, tariffs,internal improvements and the military, slavery was a crucial element of the war. Theemancipation proclamation increased the stakes of the war and shifted it to be a focus onfreedom of the black community. This transformed the confederacy by destroying its basicinstitution (Lulu, 2005).The Emancipation proclamation did not free a single slave, but was a platform totransform the fight to preserve the nation into a battle for human freedom. There was a shiftin focus from reuniting the nation to meeting the blacks hum
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