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Unformatted text preview: Mehmet Bayram APUSH 1 May 8, 2007 1) The answer is D. The North was more advanced than the South during the Civil War. The primary advantage was the manufacturing capabilities. They had factories that could produce weapons that were needed for the war. The South only had a few factories that could manufacture the arms that were necessary. The Souths dependence on slavery did not make it easier to industrialize. The North blockaded many ports to the South, not allowing the necessary products to ship and fuel the War. The South was struggling to put together their government and fight a war at the same time. The North had a ready government with a well-trained army that was ready to fight. http://www.socialstudieshelp.com/Lesson_35_Notes.htm 2) The answer is E. Since the North had a superior navy, they blockaded the Southern ports, not allowing the necessary products to arrive and fuel the War. If the North controlled the Mississippi River, they would have easy access to trade and they would be able to move troops around much easier & divide the South. They also had the Border States, which were on the side of the North, but allowed slavery. The North captured Richmond, the were on the side of the North, but allowed slavery....
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