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AMERICAN MILITARY HISTORY (CIVIL WAR)

The South seceded and formed an independent nation over its belief that the Federal Government (under Northern Republican control) would interfere with Southern states rights which to the South meant the interference of the institution of slavery. Once the South created and independent nation how did this extreme attachment to the concept of states' fight interfere with the war effort of the Confederacy? Why and how does this issue of states' rights continue to be a major issue in US politics especially in the wake of the South's defeat in 1865?

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Subject: History Topic: Other Level: Year 2
AMERICAN MILITARY HISTORY (CIVIL WAR)
The South seceded and formed an independent nation over its belief that the Federal Government (under Northern Republican control) would interfere with Southern states rights which to the South meant the interference of the institution of slavery. Once the South created and independent nation how did this extreme attachment to the concept of states' fight interfere with the war effort of the Confederacy? Why and how does this issue of states' rights continue to be a major issue in US politics especially in the wake of the South's defeat in 1865?

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The expert examines the American Military History for the civil war. The major issues in the US politics are provided.

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