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    The Tipping Point of the American Civil War

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    Discuss what you feel to be a key turning point (or tipping point) in the progression toward Civil War in America. Could the war have been avoided? How?

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    There were many factors that contributed in the progression toward Civil War (1861-165) in the U.S. Many historians would argue that a key turning point toward Civil War was the election of Republican Abraham Lincoln in 1890 (he was inaugurated president on March 4, 1861). Lincoln wanted to end slavery and keep the union together. His stance on these issues reflected part of the the growing tensions between the North and the South. The North wanted the South to ...

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    This outlines the tipping point of the American Civil War. It discusses what you feel to be a key turning point (or tipping point) in the progression toward Civil War in America. It also discusses whether the war could have been avoided, and how. The explanation is given in 310 words.

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