Abraham Lincoln: The Abolition Of Slavery

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Abraham Lincoln was a natural antislavery. Through his speeches, he was always in favor of abolition of slavery. In the Peoria Speech in October 16th, 1854, he declared that slavery was wrong and he hated it. Some reasons have made Lincoln became the abolitionist of slavery because of its injustice, making other countries doubt sincerity of America and criticize as hypocrites, also causing real Americans condemn the Declaration of Independence. On the other hand, he didn’t point out that the South is the origin of slavery, but he could have accepted slavery naturally as Southerners if slavery had existed in the Northerners. Back in the day, Slavery was the issue of American society with resentment. Lincoln’s favor would free all slaves if he