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Max Miller May 15, 2005 History 11-1 Take Home Test Dunning writes, “If the south wronged the north by seceding, the north  wronged the south by reconstructing.” Yes, the south did wrong the north by  seceding and the north did wrong the south by reconstructing. The south and  north were two totally different communities; economically, politically and also  culturally. The north had principle when it went into the south and tried to  reconstruct the other half of the United States, but it did not fulfill its total potential  when reconstructing.  The northern economy was based on industry; factories and railroads. The  southern economy was based on plantations and slaves. Southern  independence was based on the belief that there were basic and distinct  differences in culture, religion, political ideology, and ethnicity that form a nation  distinct from the North.  The north had a larger population than the south, even if 
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