I believe that the north should have won the war for many reasons; they had a lot of advantages over the south. The north had better equipment and supplies. They had better industrialization to make the supplies needed for the battles. Also there were many railroads to transport the troops and supplies that everybody needed. The north had a greater population than the south so that made them have an overall advantage while fighting. The North’s equipment was much better than the South’s. They could make guns and more finished goods much faster than the south. They also had more money than the south did so it made obtaining items for battles much easier and they wouldn’t go into debt as much. The north had experienced an industrial revolution which left them with many factories to produce supplies necessary for outfitting an army. Also, with immigrants coming mostly to the north to settle they were looking for jobs in the factories, very little production was lost because of men leaving to fight in the war. Women and immigrants had been the main workers in the factories that would be producing goods to be used by the Union soldiers. The North had about 22,000 miles of railroad and the South only had about 9,000 miles of railroad. The North had better railroads and highways, including shipping resources used to resupply all of the men in the war. Also the north already had a well trained military while the south did not. The north had much more money than the south did so that made it easier to pay for everything such as guns, food and medical help for the hurt soldiers. The south had very little man power to make supplies because they relied too much on the slaves. By the north not fighting on their own land they had the advantage of none of their plantations or factories being damaged. I think that the North’s military leaderships were an advantage. The North’s population was almost triple the size of the South’s population That is why I believe the north
North vs. South
The North and South had many differences and very little similarities. They each focused on industry, agriculture, slavery and tariffs. Even though they both strived to manufacture and evolve their land in the revolution, they both had many different views. The North often debated with the South about slavery, which created a lot of their rivalries. This event helped them start on their own to soon develop
their land into a greater industry.
In the North, their industry….
North vs. South Compare and Contrast
The north and south were very different from each other socially and economically. They each had their won interpretations of the Constitution and their differing views creating much conflict. Each conflict gave the two regions their own reasons for entering a Civil War.
First of all, economic circumstances were very different between the north and the south. The north gradually had become an economy revolving around manufacturing and commerce; they focused….
North vs. South in the Great Depression
The Great Depression is one of the most misunderstood events in not only American history but also Great Britain, France, Germany, and many other industrialized nations. It also has had important consequences and was an extremely devastating event in America. It was the longest and most severe depression ever experienced by the industrialized Western world. When the New York Stock Exchange crashed in October 1929, the United States dropped sharply into a….
Moving: North vs. South
People relocate all the time. There are many places to choose from. I think that the most common deciding factor is the climate you may like or dislike. You may choose to live in the North where you can enjoy the falling snow and skies strapped to your feet, or down South where you might prefer fun in the sun, and sand between your toes. Though both places can offer different climates, they can also have some similarities. Where would you like to live?
controversy. The topic of slavery was on the tongue of just about every American in the north or the south. This topic really flew off the handle when just about every country in North America and Europe had abolished slavery from their practices. While all these various first-world countries were far beyond the idea of one man owning another the United States was still bickering about it. Both the north and the south had vastly different argument on the topic of slavery, that eventually led to an all-out….
The differences that the North and the South shared varied greatly. These differences initially resulted in the infamous Civil War in the 19th century. For example, the North and South had different views on economic, political and social issues. The economic differences between the North and the South consist of the debate on the expansion of the United States economy. The political differences mainly focus on the issue of slavery. There were great amounts of debates surrounding the extension of….
different social, economic and political stances of the North and South cultures. Both Southern and Northern states depicted two different stand points on how things should be as far as political, social and economic views of American in that time. The North and South's view on political, economic and social status varied greatly, making it difficult to come to any terms, leading to much greater conflict.
Society varied for the North and South states, depending on their status, Americans were either….
Many things were happening in the South during the 1800's and the mid 1800's. Like for instance the cotton gin. In the early 1800's the South was the number one producer of cotton in America. But then the north started to produce more cotton then the south and soon enough the souths production of cotton stopped. But the south sure did love there slaves. The slaves in the South got to work on plantations and the free slaves in the north worked in factory’s. Late into the 1800's the slaves were put….
Thomas Jefferson, Southern legislature, believed in strict construction which government should activate when it is only necessary. Furthermore, North sought western territory as opportunity of development of political practices while South wanted to use as their advantage of agriculture. The two major construction naturally divided the nation into South and North, and it aroused the tension between them.
Northeast territories could rapidly increased their economy by industrial revolution. Because of….
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North and South Korea CBA
The Korean peninsula is divided into two separate countries, North and South. Looking at both countries you can see the differences. North Korea and South Korea may share the same land but have different outtakes on their economic views, political beliefs, and even social conditions.
Before North and South Korea there was just the Korean Peninsula. Korea was ruled by many countries even Japan and China. While….