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Q: Lincoln wanted to prevent Maryland from seceding because if it did, a. the South would gain control of the strategically important Potomac River. b. the South would gain control of
important arsenals there. c. Washington, D.C., would be surrounded by Confederate territory. d. the South would control more territory than the North
A: Lincoln wanted to prevent Maryland from seceding because if it did: C. Washington, D.C., would be surrounded by Confederate territory.
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