Civil War and Life in the South
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In this article, the writer looks at the differences between the North and the South before the Civil War broke out. The writer then looks at the effects of the Civil War, concentrating on the lives of those in the South. The writer discusses that the different economic systems in the two regions influenced political, social, and cultural developments in the North and South and combined to trigger the epic struggle between the Union and the Confederacy that left hundreds of thousands dead, the South devastated, and American life changed forever.
From the Paper:"In the decades before the outbreak of the Civil War in 1861 the North and South grew apart in a number of ways. Throughout the first half of the nineteenth-century, agricultural development in the South grew ever more dependent upon the forced labor of millions of plantation slaves, while the North became steadily industrialized. The different economic systems in the two regions ..."
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