The Origins of the Civil War
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This paper discusses the origins of the Civil War and how they rest upon the feuding of political parties. Issues such as secession and slavery are discussed. The paper shows how the economic positioning of Southerners as the North was growing created political strife resulting in a strong desire for secession and the continuance of slavery. The paper asserts that the meaning behind the Civil War was unity--there was more strength in the two factions together than separate.
From the Paper:"The origins of the Civil War rest upon the feuding of political parties. Issues such as economics, expansionism, federalism, sectionalism and modernization after the conclusion of the Mexican-American War laid the ground work for the hot issue of slavery. A large amount of Northerners viewed slavery as a great national evil and believed that a handful of Southern plantation owners were controlling the government by trying to legalize slavery on a national level. From the Southerner's perspective the North was growing too fast and they believed that their political..."
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