Economic Causes to the Civil War

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American History

 

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Mary E

 

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October 25, 2015

 

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University

 

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Even though negotiations had kept the Union together for many years, in 1860 the condition was unstable. The presidential election of Abraham Lincoln was observed by the South as a risk to slavery and many believe it initiated the war. In the beginning of the 1800s, economic diversities between the two different regions had also grown...
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By the year 1860, cotton was the chief crop for the South; it also represented fifty-seven percent of all American exports. The prosperity of cotton fulfilled the South's reliance on the plantation system and its crucial element?slavery. The North had confidently been recognized as a manufacturing society...
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