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Unformatted text preview: Was the Norths victory inevitable? Why?-The North won the war mainly because it had shown greater capacity than the south to organize, innovate and modernize.-Advances in science and technology and great improvement in managing large numbers.-Souths economy was too fragile and the breath of the economy was easily squeezed out with a blockade.-The North had more money and while their bad planning was a flaw at first the possession off the mastermind Lincoln won the war.-Not inevitable. It may seem that way now but if the North had not learned to master their large numbers the war would have gone to the confederacy....
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- Fall '08
- US History