Before The Civil War: A Comparative Analysis

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The North and South has always disputed among multiple things including economics, societies, and politics. For example, far more Northerners belonged to the Whig/Republican party than the Southerners. The Northerners were far more likely to have successful careers in business, medicine, and education; an engineer was six times more likely to be from the North than the South. Most Northern kids were even prone to attend school than Southern children (Civil War Trust, 2017). Both the South and North did a lot of farming before the Civil War. The Southern states mainly focused on investing in plantations, relying on the slave’s labor for their production needs, while the Northern states grew popular because of their manufacturing and railroad

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