Compare And Contrast Civil War Sectionalism

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Civil War and Sectionalism The Civil War united the nation and made some drastic changes but did not reduce sectional antagonism. By the end of the war, the United States was a stronger union. Some changes were made because of the war but sectional antagonism was not one of those changes made. The Civil War revoked the states’ ability to secede from the union, making it harder for the states to become independent. This made the states have to work with the union and make peace. One person who tried to keep everything peaceful was Abraham Lincoln. When Lincoln became president he was against slavery but he did not want to make enemies in the south, so he only abolished slavery in the states that it was not completely established. Because

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