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Emancipation Proclamation

Lincoln justified his Emancipation Proclamation on the basis of?

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Lincoln made the argument that the Emancipation Proclamation was a military necessity. Lincoln believed the proclamation would weaken the South.

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The Emancipation Proclamation was the eventual basis for the Thirteenth Amendment and was ratified in 1865. The Emancipation Proclamation was issued by President Abraham Lincoln.

Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation became the basis for the Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. It was adopted on December 6, 1865.

The January 1863 Emancipation Proclamation by President Lincoln did not violate the Constitution; however, it did not have any Constitutional basis, which generated criticism from both Southerners and (some) Northerners alike. That this criticism was a new adversity to be dealt with by Lincoln and his supporters is undeniable: it did not, however, deter the North from its march toward victory in any ultimately significant way.

Abraham Lincoln placed blame for the Civil War squarely on the seceded Southern States. He viewed the secession as an act of treason, which justified the start of the Civil War.

During the American Civil War, the disadvantages of the Emancipation Proclamation of January 1863 were various. As just one example, it galvanized the passions of many Southerners, inspiring them to sacrifice even more greatly in the fight to preserve their way of life. As another example, it aroused the protest and even, in cases, the wrath of Northerners whose prejudice or focus (or both) led them to disparage the plight of the slaves. As yet another, it caused political criticism from some of Lincoln's fellow Northerners (some of whom were themselves in favor of emancipation) on the basis of such a proclamation being without any constitutional grounding.

it abolished slavery It didn't abolish slavery itself. There is still slavery today, believe it or not! The Proclamation itself didn't do altogether that much. It just showed that all the black slaves SHOULD be set free. In fact immediately after the proclamation was published it didn't do altogether that much immediately but the slaves started of thinking of President Lincoln as if he was a savior! And that's the truth!

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In the year 1834.And the complaint that the Emancipation Proclamation did not free slaves in Union territory is very misleading. The whole point is that the President had NO constitutional authority to simply declare slaves free because he wanted to! The basis for the Proclamation was his WAR powers -- the right to deprive those in rebellion of property and other means of supporting that rebellion.

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The laws in the State of Tennessee on emancipation do not exist but judges can determine if emancipation is needed on a case by case basis. For a more complete in-depth discussion of this topic see the link below:

Such a Machiavellian question can only be decided on an individual basis. John Brown was not alone in advocating a more violent end to slavery, but many historians feel he's one of the most significant. Ultimately, as your question hinted at, the question becomes "Do the ends justify the means?" Was Lincoln justified in suspending Habeus Corpus? Was America justified in dropping the atomic bombs on Japan? That may not be much help, but it's difficult to decide what is "justified."If you're interested in reading more about John Brown, I would recommend John Brown, Abolitionist by David Reynolds.

Missouri does not have an emancipation procedure for minors, nor does being pregnant confer emancipation upon a minor. If however, the pregnant minor is in need of public assistance such as Medicaid, the court can grant emancipation rights on a limited or complete basis depending upon the individual circumstances.

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Washington, D. C., Mar. 22 (JTA) - President Hoover today issued the proclamation provided by the Immigration Law calling into effect the National Origins Clause of the Immigration Act July 1, 1929. Together with the proclamation, the President at a press conference today issued the following statement: "The Attorney General has advised me in the failure of Congress to suspend action, it is now mandatory upon me under the Immigration Act to issue the proclamation establishing 'National Origins' as the basis of immigration quotas. The proclamation must be issued prior to April 1, and will be issued at once. It will go into effect July 1, unless action is taken by Congress in the meantime. "While I am strongly in favor of restricted and selected immigration, I have opposed the 'National Origins' basis. I therefore naturally dislike the duty of issuing the proclamation, installing the new basis, but the President of the United States must be the first to obey the law."

The main goal of the union was to preserve the Union, until the Emancipation Proclamation changed the reason of the war to slavery. The Confederacy just wanted their independence away from the Union and to form their own country.

Indiana doesn't have a emancipation status. Emancipation cases are accepted on individual basis but very seldom does the court grant early emancipation rights to a minor. The only cases where a pregnant minor has been emancipated it's because she had to be eligible for public assistance. In such cases the minor was be under the supervision of the division of state social services.

The legal age of majority for New York is eighteen (18). The state does not have emancipation status, but adjudicates such cases on an individual basis.

The only exception would be if the person would marry, which would require parental permission. Arizona as most states does not have legislation on emancipation status. This would not exclude a minor from filing for emancipation, cases are ajudicated on an individual basis.

The age of majority is 18. The state does not have early emancipation status. This means a minor may petition the court for emancipation, and cases are adjudicated on an individual basis. To obtain more information on how a filing is done and the requirements, the minor can contact the clerk or administrator of the family court in their city or county.

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It means that the war has a basis in law, it is a reasonable action, it can be justified. Which just goes to show that lawyers will do anything to make a living ! It has been said warfare is the ultimate failure of Diplomacy.

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Not every state has emancipation laws, and Wisconsin is one that does not. There is no statue in Wisconsin under which a minor can petition the court for early emancipation. Although there are no specific laws in the state of Wisconsin that relate to early emancipation of a minor, that does not mean a petition cannot be filed. In states that do not have emancipation statutes the cases are adjudicated on an individual basis, even minors cannot be denied their equal rights under the Constitution. You will need the assistance of state social services or DFS as an investigation of the circumstances will be required before any legal action can commence. The legal age of majority in Wisconsin is 18.

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