State Political

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Identify one event in your state's history that has influenced political change, and for the event identified:

• Discuss the historical circumstances surrounding the event

• Show how the event was intended to bring about specific political change

• Evaluate the extent to which the event was successful in bringing about that political change.


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State : Virginia

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henryprofessor
School: UIUC

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State Political Event - Outline
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The Battle of Bull Run in American Civil War
A.
Most of the Civil War’s battles in the Eastern Theater occurred in Virginia.
B.
The battles included the Battle of Bull Run also referred to as the First Manassas.
The Historical Circumstances Surrounding the Battle
A.
Variations Emerging Between the Union and the Confederates
B.
The Confederates Wanted to Live Independently
How the Battle of Bull Run Intended to Bring Political Change
A.
The battle was meant to erase the common notion about slavery.
B.
The people from the south wanted to live independently.
The extent to which the Battle of Bull Run Made a Successful Political Change
A.
Division of Virginia
B.
Constitutional Amendments
Conclusion


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The Battle of Bull Run in American Civil War
Most of the Civil War’s battles in the Eastern Theater occurred in Virginia, due to the
need for protection of Richmond against the capture by the Union forces. The battles included
the Battle of Bull Run that was also referred to as the First Manassas. The Battle of Bull Run in
Virginia is considered as the first significant American Civil War battle and was fought on 21st
July in 1861. Later on 28th August 1862, the other Battle of Bull Run started, which was
considered as the second battle (Catton & McPherson, 2014). The fight involved the Confederate
and the Union Army. The Union army was made of the federal army of the United States of
America while the Confederate army involved army from the Confederate states of America.
The Confederate States of America was made of seven states which included Texas, Alabama,
Georgia, South Carolina, Florida, and Mississippi. In 1961 North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee,
and Arkansas were added. It took place in 1861 during the summer period when several people
had beliefs that war could lead to a significant change in the political aspect. The battle was
organized carefully by generals from both the Confederate and the Union side. The fight started
when the inexperienced troops were involved in the execution of the battle plans which appeared
to be somewhat complicated. In the day that the soldiers were involved is when Virginia turned
chaotic. Since it seemed as if the Confederates might lose the battle, a fierce counterattack that
emerged against the Union Army led to a rout. Before the day ends, thousands of Union troops
that were demoralized streamed back to Washington, DC. At this time, the battle was now
viewed as a significant disaster for the Union. The failure displayed by the Union Army in
securing a decisive and quick victory revealed to Americans that the Civil War might not be a
short and straightforward affair as it appeared to be on both sides that had conflicts. The second
battle took three days involving more than 100,000 soldiers fighting in the battlefield, but the
victory went...

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Thanks, good work

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