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  1. Lincoln, Congress, and Emancipation
    "When Lincoln took office, in March 1861, the national government had no power to touch slavery in the states where it existed. Lincoln understood this, and said as much in his first inaugural address, noting: 'I have no... Learn More
    Published: 15th December 2016
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  2. Congress and the Crisis of the 1850s
    During the long decade from 1848 to 1861 America was like a train speeding down the track, without an engineer or brakes. The new territories acquired from Mexico had vastly increased the size of the nation, but debate over their... Learn More
    Published: 31st January 2012
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  3. In the Shadow of Freedom
    Few images of early America were more striking, and jarring, than that of slaves in the capital city of the world’s most important free republic. Black slaves served and sustained the legislators, bureaucrats, jurists, cabinet... Learn More
    Published: 3rd May 2011
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  4. Congress and the Emergence of Sectionalism
    In 1815 the United States was a proud and confident nation. Its second war with England had come to a successful conclusion, and Americans seemed united as never before. The collapse of the Federalists left the Jeffersonian Republicans... Learn More
    Published: 1st July 2008
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