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After reading Give Me Liberty! Chapter 13: The Rise of the Republican Party, The Emergence of Lincoln, & The Impending Crisis (pp. 498-518) and watching Lectures 6-4, 6-5, 6-6, please write an essay in which you respond to the following prompt: < <Suppose you were a newspaper columnist who lived and worked in Boston, Massachusetts.… Continue reading <

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