Why Did the North Win the Civil War?
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In this article, the writer introduces, discusses and analyzes the topic of the Civil War in American history. Specifically, the paper contains an analysis of James M. McPherson's "Ordeal by Fire: The Civil War and Reconstruction" and "Why the North Won the Civil War" by David Herbert Donald. The writer discusses why the North won the Civil War. The writer maintains that the North won the Civil War for a variety of reasons, and not all of them have to do with manpower and might. The writer concludes that the North won even though the South enjoyed several advantages, because the North, in the end, had superior forces and most of all, superior materials and more industry to create more weapons than the South had, and so, they simply outlasted the Southerners and their reserves.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Donald, D.H. Why the North won the Civil War.
- McPherson, J.M. (2001). Ordeal by fire: The Civil War and reconstruction. New York: McGraw-Hill.
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