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The Killer Angels: The American Civil War

Summary: Provides an analysis of the opposing views of the U.S. Civil War. Describes how the war exemplified America's great struggle for freedom and justice. Considers the world wide implications of the war.
Of all the wars America has fought in over the past centuries the Civil War may not be the most renowned, but as an American I see how the Civil War has affected my life in many ways that other wars may have not. The war also exemplifies America's great struggle for freedom and justice that had not been seen in other countries at that time around the world. The Civil War reinstated America's title as "a country that fights for freedom," a title that America previously claimed to be in its constitution. The Civil War proved that the USA was a country of freedom-fighters founded on the statement that "all men are created equal." Americans in general were more literate in the early 1860s which led them to be more politically active and more passionate about their Constitutional rights than any other...

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