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Why did the Emancipation Proclamation score big in Europe? A.Most nations did not want to abolish slavery. B.Many nations had already abolished slavery. C.European nations had given support to the
South. D.It made them want to send supplies to the South
Many nations had already abolished slavery.
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User: Why did the Emancipation Proclamation score big in Europe? A.Most nations did not want to abolish slavery. B.Many nations had already abolished slavery. C.European nations had given support to the South. D.It made them want to send supplies to the South

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