!3th Amendent

!3th Amendent

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  • Main Idea
  • 13th Amendent
  • 13 amendment will free all slaves under the law .
  • Setting
  • DO IT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • I will have them freed!
  • DON'T DO IT!
  • •Evidence
  • Neither slavry nor involuntary servitde, expect as a unishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place sbject to their jurisdiction.
  • Perspective
  • In 1864, an amendment abolishing slavery passed the U.S. Senate but died in the House as Democrats rallied in the name of states’ rights. The election of 1864 brought Lincoln back to the White Housealong withsignificant Republican majorities in both houses, so it appeared the amendment was headed for passage when the new Congress convened in March 1865. Lincoln preferred that the amendment receive bipartisan support–some Democrats indicated support for the measure, but many still resisted. The amendment passed 119 to 56, seven votes above the necessary two-thirds majority. Several Democrats abstained, but the 13th Amendment was sent to the states for ratification, which came in December 1865. With the passage of the amendment, the institution that had indelibly shaped American history was eradicated.
  • Wanted so bad to be freed and once they were their was happiness on their side.
  • Audience
  • Did not want slaves to be freed no matter what. Was very angry with the choices made.
  • Significant
  • After the 13th Amendment was passed all people was freed under the law . After this comes the 14th and 15th Amendment. They play a major roll as we'll in history.
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