Test: GED Social Studies

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The Gettysburg Address speech primarily focused on __________

outlining the benefits for increased American imperial action in the years immediately before the Spanish-American War.

improving American morale in the aftermath of the Pearl Harbor attack during World War Two.

arguing in favor of abolition, but also trying to avoid direct conflict and separation from the American states in the South.

reaffirming the American principles of universal equality and framing the Civil War as a conflict to preserve the unity of the American republic.

arguing in favor of American independence from Britain and convincing skeptics that victory could be achieved.

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