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According to Lincoln s Ten Percent Plan, what could happen when ten percent of a state s voters took a loyalty oath to the Union? A. The state would regain representation in Congress. B. The state could set up a new government. C. The state could apply for federal assistance. D. The state would regain representation in the Senate
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