Political Effects Of The Civil War

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The Civil War was the biggest war in history. Nearly 620,000 million people died from the war and many more injured. Diseases played a part in majority of those killed in the war. The Civil War played a role in how the United States is today. Americas Civil War broke out between the north and south of the United States. The two groups fought between the United States of America and the confederate states of America. The President of the United States during the Civil War outbreak was Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln led his country through the harsh event in history. The President was shot twice and nearly died during the civil war. The south was for the confederate states and the north was for the United States. Even through the north and south …show more content…
The Northside disagreed with majority of the Southside livings. The Civil war occurred when the southern troop attacked South Carolina. There was 391 battles in the civil war history. The first battle of the civil war was Bull Run. The civil war took place in thousands of different areas. At the end of the war, the winner was the North side. Slaves became free from the Southside. It was a lot of cultural, economic, political, religious, and social tensions between the U.S. North and South which led to the American Civil War. The division between the two areas caused a lot of controversy and something had to be done about it. The south wanted to branch off independently without the north because on the north views of slavery, government, and living was totally different.
The Cultural divide between North and South America was an issue. The north was consider an urban society. In the north area, college was only for the wealthy residents. Only boys attended college and no girls were enrolled this time of years. The south culture on the other hand had the upper class residents who owned
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Many people lost their lives to fight for what is now today a free country. This event helped better the United States because of all the changes that were made. The civil war is still important today because we still fight for our rights but not with violence. The civil war paved the way for African Americans. The biggest accomplishment the civil war have is freeing African Americans from slavery. Thanks to President Abraham Lincoln for leading the union to a successful win and ending slavery for good. The south wanted to expand slavery and the north opposed slavery. I am glad that the north won the war but I’m also sad because a lot of people died by fighting for what they believed in. Slavery was not the right economic movement the south had planned. The north won the war over the south side for many different reason. One reason being is the north was more stables then the south union. The north was had railroads links that would give them supplies to fight in the war from their warehouse. The south was not advanced like the north. The south did put up a good fight but the north side became way more skilled then them over time. It was a lot of cultural, economic, political, religious, and social tensions between the U.S. North and South which led to the American Civil War. The division between the two areas caused a lot of controversy and something had to be done about it. State rights was a issue that cause

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