Essay On Lower South Slavery

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Economic growth slavery could continue states rights over federal And then it goes on to give lots of reasons why we'd be better off without them. Back in the 1860's certainly one key reason not to just let them go involved the 3.9 million slaves they would have kept in slavery. While that was about 11% of the whole US population of 27 million then, the percentages in the Lower South were much greater. Civilwarhome.com offers a series of tables. Here's the one for the Lower South. slavery evidence - 1st person-"Plainly, the central idea of secession is the essence of anarchy,” Lincoln had said in his somber inaugural address a month earlier. People seem to forget that the states created the federal government, not vice versa, and that forcing disgruntled states to remain part of the union wasn't consistent with what the founders envisioned when they wrote the 10th Amendment If Lincoln had let the 11 Southern states…show more content…
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