The Emancipation Proclamation

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Emancipation Proclamation is a combination of two words where emancipation stands for the fact or process of being set free from legal, social, or political restrictions. Similarly, proclamation stands for a public or official announcement, especially one dealing with a matter of goal importance. While the civil war was approaching its third year the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1st, 1863 was introduced that declared ‘that all persons held as slaves’ within the rebellion states ‘are, and henceforward shall be free’. Emancipation proclamation has always been a topic of discussion. The sources we very difficult to address the exact dilemmas of President Lincoln but found that it’s vary a lot in the form of different writing on executive …show more content…
It was contrary to natural law in not granting immediate freedom to the fugitive slaves, in allowing slaveholders, including Confederate slaveholders, to retrieve fugitive slaves who had fled to union army camps, and in barring fugitive slaves from entering Union army camps. This shows one of the political reasons behind the proclamation which was just a Lincoln’s instrument for completing the target of the Union from his day of commencement. Lincoln made a statement where he said, ‘I have no purpose, directly or indirectly, to interfere with the institution of the slavery in the United States where it exists. I believe I have no lawful right to do so, and I have no inclination to do so.’ Even though, the proclamation was declared but that was skillfully handled by the Union. As mentioned above he has no purpose to stop the ongoing slavery, he was also a neutral body for the abolishment of the slavery. It was done for making he force more powerful as adding the Union army with the slaves and end the civil war. This was also only in the rebellion states. He also clarifies that he has no such right to end the slavery nor he intend to do such in the near future, but he was a person who wanted a freedom from the war and a peaceful America. It was very hard for the southern part of the country because of the war and separate …show more content…
The primary goal war the save the union but as the Emancipation was issued the ultimate aim became the freedom of slaves. It also helped to prevent the involvement of the foreign nation in the civil war supporting Confederacy in order to keep the influence longer in the western part of the world. After the Battle of Antietam, the Britain and France did not want to take side of a lost one. It also led the payment which gave slaves a suitable condition into the armed service. Although, it was for the rebellion states at first when it started but went on to become the total abolishment of slavery as the people were influenced and prepared to accept and advocate in the both the north and south. The 13th Amendment, abolished slavery in the United States that was passed on December 6th, 1865. The simple plan of Emancipation Proclamation became a part of United States Amendment. It also erased the gap between the two parts of the country. Although, the implementation was on the slower side but the proclamation was just the beginning of new America. Finally, the moral and political dilemmas was more related with the unification of the country. As, freedom of slaves led to the increment in the army and navy force, as well as brought up a country two parts (north and south) into one. Morally, was the end of more than 200 years old slavery and politically, was to tire up a boundary with the war that took more

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