Compare And Contrast Lincoln And Davis

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The success of a nation relies heavily on its leader’s ability to fortify weaknesses and capitalize on strengths within the country. During the time known as the American Civil War, two opposing coalition arose to battle for their ideals and beliefs; The Union, led by Abraham Lincoln, was comprised of mostly northernmost states, while the Confederacy, led by Jefferson Davis, was mostly formed from southern states. Although the two leaders were born as fellow citizens of the same country, each of them exhibited significant differences from the other. Through the Civil War, both Lincoln and Davis displayed their strength and weakness in their ability to lead a nation during a time of conflict. When referring to the topic of political leadership,

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