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HIS-144 T7: AMERICA AT WAR Name:____Aigerim Chinn-Kasper______ Directions: Using resources from the Topic 7 Readings, including your textbook, materials provided by your instructor through class discussion, and materials from the GCU Library Guide for HIS-144 US History Themes, complete the assignment worksheet. Each answer to the quesJons should be a minimum of 200-300 words; and, include citaJons for each quesJon formaOed using the APA Style Guide. The overall assignment must include three to five relevant scholarly sources in support of your content. Each response should show good wriJng mechanics, grammar, formaSng, and proper citaJons at the end of each quesJon/response. Wikipedia, Ask.com, ehow.com and other online informa7on sites, encyclopedias, or dic7onaries are not considered university academic sources and are NOT TO BE USED. 1. What were the causes of the war? What attempts were made beforehand to prevent war? One of the chief reasons for the common conflict between the northern and southern territories of America was the discussion over the eventual fate of servitude. Subjugation was a profoundly political, strict, financial, and moral test that the states at any point confronted. Somewhere in the range of 1815 and 1861, the northern states were encountering quick financial broadening and modernization. The north put resources into transportation frameworks, banking and protection, and correspondence networks highlighting papers and broadcasts among others. On the other hand, as drivers of the economy, southern states zeroed in on ranches for business items, for example, cotton which relied upon slaves as the central wellspring of work. Along these lines, instead of industrialization like in the north, the southerners put resources into servitude. The estimation of cotton and slaves increased commensurate. With the application by Missouri for statehood as a slave state, savage conflicts resulted among allies and adversaries of slavery about the development of the subjection business (Weber, 2020). Energized by a feeling of ethical quality, the Northerners accepted that subjection needed to be abolished while the southerners saw limiting the development of slavery as a danger to their economy and political force. Another supporter of the common conflict was the battle between the states and the government over political force. The southern states feared the government's obstruction or abolishment of servitude, which further extended the division between the two areas (Historynet, 2020). The distributing of the novel 'Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin' drove an influx of abolitionist feelings powering the strain around the servitude point. The aiding of out of control saves by abolitionists utilizing an underground railroad added to the conflict.

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