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Lincoln-Douglas Debates (Nash, 1994)

Textbook

Gary B. Nash, et al., eds., The American People: Creating a Nation and Society, 3rd ed. (New York:  Harper Collins College Publishers, 1994), 484.

Although barred by the Constitution from doing anything about slavery where it already existed, Lincoln said that since Republicans believed slavery to be wrong, 'we propose a course of policy that shall deal with it as wrong'
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