Compare And Contrast Union And Confederate

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The Civil War was a very bloody time. About 620,000 people died, whether thats disease, starvation, or combat. The Union and Confederacy both had to go through tough times to fight for what they want. Both sides in the Civil War had advantages that made only one that was more prepared. The Union was most likely prepared due to better areas during the war. The Union and Confederates were both fighting for a cause, but the Union had the better building blocks of maintaining the war. The population during the Civil War was important. Trying to keep a steady population wasn't easy. There was people always dying from the war. The population from the Union was a whopping 22,000,000. While the Confederacy had a population of 9,000,000. The Union

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