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Lincoln and his advisers understood that an act to free all slaves in the United States would be on shaky constitutional grounds and would most likely require a constitutional amendment.
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The 10 states in rebellion as of September 22, had no intention of returning to the Union, and on January 1, , Lincoln signed the final Emancipation that had several changes, including a provision that allowed freed slaves to fight in the Union army. Both the preliminary and final proclamations were executive orders. Toggle navigation.