Slavery: Problems Leading To The Civil War

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The Civil War reduced sectional antagonism and made the United States truly ‘one nation.’ This sectional antagonism was problems that led to the Civil War. Slavery was a big lead to the Civil War. Abraham Lincoln thought that sectionalism shouldn’t exist among the people in the United States. As the war continued it reduced sectionalism of the people in the South. President of the United States forced an end to the existing rebellion.

Abraham Lincoln didn’t want sectionalism to come among the people of the United States due to the Civil War. By the 1850’s only two communities remained. The North and the South. In the North people worked for pay, and in the South people were held as slaves. The people of the South thought that the wealth of

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