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Question 1: This article is part of the series:
________
Continental AssociationUnited States ConstitutionElectoral College (United States)United States Congress

Question 2: This was soon followed by a similar proposal made by Representative James F. Wilson (Republican, ________).
IndianaNebraskaIowaIllinois

Question 3: Another Republican, Senator ________ (Radical Republican, Massachusetts), submitted a constitutional amendment to abolish slavery as well as guarantee equality on February 8 the same year.
Charles SumnerEdward EverettDaniel WebsterJohn Quincy Adams

Question 4: The Thirteenth Amendment completed the abolition of slavery, which had begun with the Emancipation Proclamation issued by President ________ in 1863.
Abraham LincolnAndrew JohnsonGerald FordUlysses S. Grant

Question 5:
Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Laogai and Re-education through labor are all:
Economic history of the United States United States slavery law Unfree labor by country Amendments to the United States Constitution

Question 6:
Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution and Second Amendment to the United States Constitution are all:
History of the United States (1849%E2%80%931865) Unfree labor by country Amendments to the United States Constitution United States slavery law

Question 7: Wilson (Republican, ________) and Senator John B.
IowaIndianaIllinoisNebraska

Question 8: Senator John B. Henderson of ________ submitted a joint resolution for a constitutional amendment abolishing slavery, January 11, 1864.
ColoradoArkansasMissouriIllinois

Question 9: Originally the amendment was co-authored and sponsored by Representatives James Mitchell Ashley (Republican, ________) and James F.
New JerseyOhioMichiganIndiana

Question 10:
Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Gilded Age and Sixteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution are all:
Amendments to the United States Constitution Economic history of the United States United States slavery law Unfree labor by country







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