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What was the reaction of Southern slave owners to the Emancipation Proclamation? A) They immediately freed all slaves that were not helping in the war effort. B) They began to pay slaves
wages for their work. C) They ignored the proclamation and continued fighting for independence from the Union. D) Most Southern states asked to rejoin the Union so that they could continue to own slaves.
C) They ignored the proclamation and continued fighting for independence from the Union.
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User: What was the reaction of Southern slave owners to the Emancipation Proclamation? A) They immediately freed all slaves that were not helping in the war effort. B) They began to pay slaves wages for their work. C) They ignored the proclamation and continued fighting for independence from the Union. D) Most Southern states asked to rejoin the Union so that they could continue to own slaves.

Weegy: C) They ignored the proclamation and continued fighting for independence from the Union.
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User: Who did the Emancipation Proclamation promise to free? A) all slaves in Union and Confederate states B) all slaves in Union states C) only slaves in states that were in rebellion against the Union D) slaves in Confederate states that had free relatives in the North

Weegy: The answer is C, only slaves in states that were in rebellion against the Union.
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