In a brilliant strategic move to get Europe out of the American Civil War, Abraham Lincoln devised the Emancipation Proclamation to make the war all about slavery. This put Confederate General Robert E. Lee, who owned no slaves, at a disadvantage - and set Union General Ulysses Grant, who owned slaves, up for a heroic victory.
But Lincoln's War of Northern Aggression was not done. Military occupation forced the Southern States into submission, and Amendments 13, 14, and 15 were proposed and ratified under duress.
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