Civil War: Paradox Of Development In The United States

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The American Civil War has gone down in the history as the war that contained the most bloodshed. Many people lost their lives, homes were destroyed and America was forced to stay at a standstill and unable to develop the government and society in an upward direction. Throughout the years the United States began to focus on a paradox of development; a proposition that leads to a conclusion that seems senseless, logically unacceptable, or self-contradictory of developing. The US turned all their time and energy to develop the country so they could compete with Europe by becoming an industrialised nation. The United States began their paradox of development by expanding their country west as well as beginning to transition from an agriculture

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