Civil War

The civil war was between the north and the south and the south should have won because we would have all been better off!At several points during the Civil War in the United States, the conflict could have turned either way. However, the Union enjoyed several advantages over the Confederacy that helped it eventually to emerge victorious. These advantages included industrial and military superiority, better infrastructure, a larger population, and a centralized, strong Federal government.Many good folks delve into the key moments of the Civil War. It can be a way of second guessing and pondering what ifs.
As I used to tell my students: What I am about to deliver should in no way ...

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The people is never in the right as soon as it begins to revolt. This is a fact, and when I speak of people I refer to the constituents of a government, thus the word is instead of are. This is a fact when it came to Lincoln's' perception of the people and also his perception of a government under revolt. When creating a new government, it is important not to tie one's hands by laws that are too detailed. Constitutions are the work of time, and it is impossible to leave too wide an opening for improvements. Lincoln understood this, and Davis did not. With this understanding Lincoln also knew that Laws are like the statues of certain divinities which are veiled on certain occasions.
One of the first key moments of the war was found in the security of the border states and the long wide, rolling transportation conduits known as the Ohio, Tennessee, Cumberland and Mississippi Rivers. These were the grand prizes that would either spell defeat or victory in the eyes of ...

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Added: 5/18/2011 03:45:05 PM
Submitted By: breejor221
Category: American History
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