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    The Influx of Immigrants After the Civil War

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    In many ways after the divisiveness and devastation of the Civil War, the United States searched for order economically, politically, geographically, socially and racially. Select one of these areas, or suggest another, and make a case for the reasons why it was the most vital area that America needed to address. Some examples include the westward expansion of the nation, the reunification of a national political system in the north and south, the influx of immigrants, conflict with Native Americans, and an increase of racial segregation.

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    The large influx of immigrants into the United States in the period shortly after the Civil War, is the most vital area that America needed to address at that time, in conjunction with many of the problems. The ...

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    This solution discusses the influx of immigrants that arrived to the US after the Civil War.

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