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Unformatted text preview: Like many other wars, the first factor that leads to the Civil War was the Economic and Social differences between the North and the South. The North, learned to work together despite a person’s social class. The South on the other hand functioned based on social standing and class. The government would obviously have a major contribution to the outcome of any war thus; the Civil War would be no different. Federal and State laws were becoming a huge controversy. Slave states and non-slaves states would have to be considered a top factor in the outcome of the Civil War because slavery is one thing that we all think of when referring to the Civil War. We are reminded of the clashes between slave states and non-slave states. Following suit would be the Abolition HIS 115 movement where it grows and the northern states become inverse. Last but not least the election of Abraham Lincoln. HIS 115...
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2010 for the course HIS/115 his/115 taught by Professor Kitchens during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.
- Spring '10