Analytical Essay On Emancipation Proclamation

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Analytical Essay on the Emancipation Proclamation
The United States of America has had an aggrieved history of slavery about African Americans. African Americans at this contemporary are descendants of Africans who were force from their homeland and brought here in the United States as slaves. During the United States slavery era, slaves were consider properties of their master. At the United States’ constitution convention, it was very much explicit and adhered to by the founding fathers by accounting 3/5 of black persons to be equivalent three persons, that which denigrated black people as human beings. The southern states of the United States were deeply interested in slavery because of their labor on the southern plantations. The abolition
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Critics criticized the emancipation as a political gesture to alienate the Confederacy from Europe by emphasizing that Southern States were fighting the Civil War to preserve the enslavement of African Americans. When in fact, the Southern States were fighting primarily for the high cause of Sovereign Rights, not to preserve African American as slaves. Furthermore, the Emancipation Proclamations did not free the slaves in the States that were loyal to the confederacy during the civil war …show more content…
He smoothly transitions the confederate states of America with less political hassle after resubmitting the seceding states. The purpose of the Emancipation Proclamation during the civil war encompasses several reasons, but at this contemporary time, the most significant reasons recorded from the Emancipation are one, the liberation of African Americans from slavery; restore their human dignity as people in a civil society. Secondly, the Emancipation Proclamation prevents foreign countries from interference in the United States civil war and most importantly, the Emancipation preserved the Union from total destruction. Lincoln’s Emancipation Act has tremendous impact on today’s

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