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In President Lincoln's second inaugural address, how were circumstances different from when Lincoln gave the first address? A. For the first address, he did not side with the slaves. B. For the second address, he agreed with the South. C. For the first address, war was not imminent. D. For the second address, he had little to report.

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Vyrha

One way in which circumstances were different from when Lincoln gave the first address was that "C. For the first address, war was not imminent," since many still maintained hope that the Union would be preserved. 

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