The Civil War: The Causes Of The Civil War

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Throughout the years many historians have argued over the some aspects of the civil war. One of the most important questions that the civil war creates is: was it inevitable? To find the answer to this question we must first state and analyze the causes of the civil war. In this research paper I will prove that the civil war was inevitable because the free states and the slave states would eventually break out in war since the problems between them would’ve never been solved if the war weren’t waged.

Slavery is one of the main causes of the civil war, and although it seems as an exaggeration almost all other causes can relate back to slavery . The reason of why slavery is such a decisive and influential factor in the civil war is that slavery basically divided the country into two rivaling parties. The North which opposed slavery and saw as a crime against humanity and the South which praised slavery as one of
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But was the civil war inevitable? Yes it was. The causes presented in this paper would have eventually caused the civil war later in history even if peace were kept longer; the government was just postponing the inevitable since the country was already clearly divided into two opposing sides by very decisive issues that would only linger until an agreement was reached. Issues like slavery and the economy problem previously explained were very decisive factors since the opinions on these issues of both parties were completely opposing one another. The main problem was that if the beliefs of one party existed the other couldn’t. Both parties were unable to reach an agreement since neither of them was willing to sacrifice something to achieve peace. Even though the civil war was a great tragedy in American history I believe that if it were not to happen it would have led to a bigger and more catastrophic war in the future over the same issues that I explained in this

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