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20 October, 03:39

Lincoln repeatedly cites examples of the ways in which human knowledge of the future is limited. Why is this concept important in the speech?

A Lincoln is aware that there are assassination plots targeting him and he wants to reassure the country that it can survive his death.

B Lincoln cautions his audience that as the war continues, it is important not to make ignorant predictions about when it will end

C Lincoln feels it is an insult to God for human beings to claim they can predict the future

D Lincoln wants the audience to remember that he predicted the Civil War would happen.

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  1. 20 October, 04:38
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    I think it is B since it is the only one that makes sense.
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