Civil War Abolition

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The Civil War was one of the bloodiest wars in America that was fought by the conflict among our own people. The Civil War was fought mostly between the people for many different reasons, but it was the result of years of disagreements. The Civil War was caused separation between the north and south States. Slavery shall be abolished in order to reunite our country, United States of America. According to the article of abolition of slavery, “The two regions fought a civil war from 1861 to 1865 that exploited the distinctions between the northern states and the southern states.” This shows why the Civil War was being fought. Secession was one of the main reasons causes Civil War was being fought. Secession was the act of withdrawing from an organization or union. It separated United States into a disunite country, the north and south. Secession was caused by northern and southern states’ differences. The north which was known as “the union” opposed slavery because they thought it was wrong idea to have slaves. The…show more content…
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