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Background on the Election of 1860: Upper South, Richard B. Latner

Latner, Richard B. "Background on the Election of 1860: Upper South." Tulane.edu. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Mar. 2016.

What do lines 6-10 imply about voters' opinions on secession?

A

Lines 6-10 indicate that the majority Southern voters were in favor of secession.

B

Lines 6-10 indicate that there was little to no agreement to secede among the voters.

C

Lines 6-10 indicate that the majority of voters may have actually disagreed with secession.

D

Lines 6-10 indicate that most voters did not hold an opinion one way or another regarding secession. The strong opinions concerned anti-slavery legislation.