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  • Was Northern Victory in the Civil War Inevitable?

    Several factors played in to the American Civil War that made it have the outcome that it did. Although the South had better trained officials due to their military school‚ the North was far more advanced than they. The North had the advantage over the South in several ways. However‚ the outcome of the Civil War was not inevitable: it was determined as much by human decisions and human willpower as by physical resources‚ although the North’s resources gave them an edge over the South. The South

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  • Was the Civil War Inevitable

    Was the Civil War inevitable? This was one of the most controversial arguments in American history. Personally‚ I think this war would happen sooner or later. The long-term cause was the different ideas on the slavery system between the North and the South. After the Confederates attacked Fort Sumter‚ the Civil War began. Slavery was the biggest problem between the North and the South. The economy in the south relied on agriculture. The owners of big plantations required thousands of slaves to

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  • The Civil War Was Inevitable

    On April 11‚ 1861 the Civil War began‚ and was fought between the Union and the Confederate States of America. Should it have happened? A lot of people believe the Civil War was inevitable‚ but was it? In order for the North and South to move forward as one country‚ they had to settle their differences. Within six months of Lincoln’s election in 1860 as President of the United States‚ several states had seceded from the Union‚ and the American Civil War had begun. Lincoln was anti-slavery‚ and therefore

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  • Was The Civil War Inevitable

    One of the most interesting questions in America is was the Civil War Inevitable. Could the North and South resolved their differences another way? Yes‚ if the federal government allowed the states to do whatever they wished and if the North and South did not care about each other the war would’ve never happened. The Heart of the conflict was that the states were originally independent. Slavery was one of the causes of the civil war. The South depended on slavery to fuel their economy. They had

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  • Civil War Was Inevitable

    One of the most prominent questions in history was‚ “Was the Civil War inevitable?” many have formed an opinion and a much agreed with conclusion has come about. Secession was inevitable based on the events that occurred from 1800-1859; The War with Mexico‚ the Acquisition of Oregon and Texas‚ and the Kansas-Nebraska Act were three of these important events that led to the inevitable secession and Civil War. Without these events the Civil War and the secession of the South could have been avoided

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  • Was the Civil War Inevitable?

    American Civil War – Yankees and Confederates: mid-19th Century Historical Investigation American Civil War – Yankees and Confederates: mid-19th Century To what extent was the Civil War inevitable? To a great extent the Civil War was inevitable. In 1861‚ the Civil War in America began‚ lasting four years and causing terrible destruction. The factors of different economies‚ slavery and human rights‚ different views of the Constitution‚ the westward expansion and Lincoln’s election contributed

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  • Was the Civil War Inevitable

    The Civil War in America was‚ in fact‚ inevitable. There were many disputes over the politics‚ economics‚ and culture of slavery both in the White House and in the Supreme Court. The South was very persistent about wanting to keep slavery and they even wanted it to spread in to the North. The North disagreed completely however and wanted it to just be completely abolished throughout all of America. There were many factors that made the Civil War inevitable. The first of which was economic differences

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  • Was the Civil War Inevitable?

    Dr.Zaccarini 12/07/00 Civil War The civil war was the one and only war Americans had with themselves. Unlike the other wars‚ where America fought for their countries freedom or to assist other countries in need‚ the civil war was Americans against Americans; North against South. Eventhough‚ the civil war was an all American war‚ each side had a reason‚ and a purpose of why they fought in this war. Now‚ centuries later‚ we come to the question "Was the Civil War Inevitable?". I will go through the

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  • Analyzing the Victory of the Union in the Civil War

    Analyzing the Victory of the Union in the Civil War The American Civil Warwas fought from 1861 to 1865. It was caused by the disagreement over the future of slavery between the industrialized North and the agrarian South. That dispute led to secession. The North’s initial political objective was clear: to restore the Union. Later‚ emancipation‚ or freeing the slaves‚ became another objective. The Confederacy (South) wanted its independence. The Secession led to the Civil War. The victory of Union in the

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  • Was the American Civil War Inevitable?

    Was the American civil war inevitable? The civil war was inevitable‚ only however‚ after one key event; the cotton gin made the civil war inevitable. The invention of the cotton gin in 1793 was the key element which enabled the south to have sufficient vested interest in their traditional lifestyle in order to feel the need to defend it at all costs even from their Northern countrymen. The core argument of this essay centres around the evidence which clearly defines their being in existence two

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