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Unformatted text preview: Hasan 1 Umer Hasan U.S History 1301 August 8 th 2010 Why did the North win the Civil War? I t is a well known fact that Abraham Lincolns (the president of United States during late 1840s) effort and his influence ended up in slavery abolition through our United States. To believe that northern states won the civil war because there army was the last to stand is correct, but since there were other major reasons for their victory, in it incorrect to say North won because its army standing last in the battlefield is the main reason for their victory. In fact their army to be last in the battle field was also a result of one of these key reasons for their victory itself which were established long before the civil war. One of the vital reasons for Northern States in the civil war success was their influence all over United States. The impact started in early 1950s long before the civil war when the United States developed (in the north) a strong industrialized economic nation. More and improved technology required less labor which decreased its dependency on slaves. Even the farming was now based on technologies like tractors which required less slaves....
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