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    Civil War: The South's Economic Capacity

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    The South was not in an economic position to wage a successful war. Thoroughly explain why they were not and judge if you think this had an impact on the overall course of the war.

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    Wars, in and of themselves, are very costly to wage. Weapons must be purchased, troops must ...

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    The solution provides a concise opinion on the economic capacity of the South/Confederacy in relation to its impact in the outcome of the US Civil War.

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