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26.During the Civil War, in the Confederacy A. southern politicians were strongly united in supporting secession and the war.B. formal political parties quickly developed.C. President Jefferson Davis developed a reputation for reckless political action.D. many southerners resisted efforts by the Davis government to exert its authority.E. the national government was almost completely impotent in its dealings with the states.
27.The Confederacy financed its war effort primarily through
28.Between 1861 and 1864, the cost of goods in the Confederacy rose
29.In the Confederacy, a military draft
30.The wartime South saw A. an increase in the sale of cotton overseas.B. numerous bloody slave revolts.C. almost no black-market commerce.D. a significant decline in the production of goods.E. women forced out of the public sphere.
31.In 1865, as a result of the Civil War, in the South
32.The most important Union military commander was
33.President Abraham Lincoln believed the main objective of the Union armies was to
34.General Ulysses S. Grant A. did not agree with Abraham Lincoln's general strategic objectives.B. followed Winfield Scott as Lincoln's military chief of staff.C. believed the key to victory was to capture the Confederate capital.D. was ultimately succeeded by Henry W. Halleck as chief of staff of the army.E. thought the main Union effort should target enemy armies and resources.

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