Abraham Lincoln ended a successful career as a lawyer… A. in 1854, when the Kansas-Nebraska Act passed and became law. B. in 1856, when the Republican Party dissolved over the slavery debate. C. b

Abraham Lincoln ended a successful career as a lawyer…

A. in 1854, when the Kansas-Nebraska Act passed and became law.

B. in 1856, when the Republican Party dissolved over the slavery debate.

C. because his opposition to the Mexican War made him unpopular.

D. because he wanted to protest the formation of the Republican Party.