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The Inevitable Civil War

Summary: The U.S. Civil War was necessary and brought positive effects upon society. It ensured equality among all people; it softened diversity issues between the North and South; it put supreme power in the hands of the federal government over the states; and it fostered industrial growth that boosted the U.S. economy. A stronger country emerged from the war as a result.
The U.S. Civil War was necessary and brought positive effects upon society. There is no way the war could have possibly been avoided. The necessity of the war is intriguingly true. It is also interesting to see how there is an obvious change before and after the Civil War. It is quite true that "The Civil War was caused by a myriad of conflicting pressures, principles, and prejudices, fueled by sectional differences and pride, and set into motion by a most unlikely set of political events" (Emerson pg.1). Issues, such as equality of people, were reinsured from the first fight of equality at the American Revolution. Also the diverse ways of the North and South slowly came together and as did a new outlook of the people from both sides. One supreme authority over the people was proven over the people. A brighter day turned as the...

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