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The North and South America in the 1850s
The major differences between the North and the South America
By 1850s the North and the South had acquired two different stands in terms of social,
political, civic, geographic and economic grounds in regard to what the America should be like.
The people who majored in a business dominated the northern part and manufacturing
that culminated the ideas of wealth creation. Job opportunities that were open in the northern part
that was expanding and early in the field of urbanization attracted skilled workers. However,
individuals who practiced farming dominated the southern part of America. The plantations of
crops that were farmed in the southern part included tobacco, cotton, rice, and sugarcane that
were exported to Europe in exchange for money. Of the variances experienced in the northern
and the southern parts of America, a two-party union of the Democrats and the Whigs contained
them all (Alvarez). However, the political drift that happened in the 1850s to...
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