American Civil War Essay | Essay

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The Civil War

Summary: Formerly a colony of the British, the United States is one of most powerful countries in the world having survived colonial oppression, the War of Independence, and the Civil War. Colonial Oppression is a new, disaster beginning of the U.S; the War of Independence has gained the national independence for the American people; the Civil War has paved the way of the growth of capitalism. No wonder the civil war is a turning point of the American history. Now let's focus our attention on it and get a clear idea about how all of this happened.
When I glance over the world history book, I find it's a very interesting thing that the U.S has experienced twice Bourgeois Revolution while Britain only has had once. It's known to all that in the U.S the first bourgeois revolution is the War of Independence though which America has won the national independence. And the second is the Civil War. It is the latter that has really cleared the path for the rapid growth of capitalism and has made America a most powerful country in the world. It can be seen from this that the Civil War is an important chapter in the American history book. It's necessary to recall the past.

Prewar:

The Civil War broke out in 1861 and ended in 1865. During this four years the war cost America 618,000 lives. As to what caused the war, there are several reasons.

After the War of...

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