The Civil War: The Primary Values Of Colonial America

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Table of contents: 1. Introduction: Colonial America 2. The American Revolution 3. The Civil War Introduction: Colonial America. The 17th century was a hard time for the people of what was once to be called the United States of America. It was the era of changes, the era of giving up everything up to start a better future in a better place. For thousand people North America became that place, that promising land they hoped to build a happier future on. It was these changes that “wafted” the sense of progress to the people belonging to the colonial era. The primary values of people of the 17th century America was to manage to adjust or in other words to be flexible and strong enough to defend their right to be on the new land.…show more content…
It was not just a war between two parts of the country – it was the war against to completely different hierarchies within one single country. Those were two different social hierarchies of the north and the South. The South had the planters as a well-to-do class, which usually consisted of the descendants of aristocratic English families. The boundless tobacco, cotton, rice and sugar plantations of the South had the Negroes as slaves, who did not have any rights, to work on them.The Civil War expresses the values of equality of every personality and the right of every citizen to have this right protected. The history of afro-American population in the United States resulted in the fact that they were formally free in the North and a part of the household in the South. The South was against Abraham Lincoln’s plan to stop slavery in the country. So the Civil War may be the war of two motivations within the very same country. This war has definitely played an integral role in the political life of the United States of…show more content…
Another thing was that during the course of the Civil War the first mass regular army of a contemporary type was organized.Ass the result of the Civil was and with a cost of huge looses the unity of the United States of America was saved and the slavery was eliminated. The following economic ascent made America on of the most ecomonically-developed countries by the beginning of the XX century.The slavery was abolished on the 1st of January 1863 and thought it was just the begging of the true war it was also the begging of a new “healthy” nation. The contribution of the Civil War is immense as it was the series of events that changes the course of history of the country and the
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