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In what two ways did Northerners respond to the Emancipation Proclamation? They did not approve of slaves being set free. They did not think the document went far enough. They believed the war was about secession. They thought it should have not been written.

Jodi Brooks

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Karen Wright on May 18, 2018

I think the answer is: "you do not approve of slaves being set free," and "They believed that the war was about secession"Some of the northeners have their own economic interest in the southern states, which make some of them believe that setting the slaves free would be harmful to you financially. The other part of the northeners believe that the war is about preventing the states from the formation of their own independent countries that alllow the full rights of the laws relating to slavery.

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