- Education and Science
Chaos before the domestic storm
This war has been long time coming, according to the demands of the American society. Before, the needs of the Eastern side of the American nation were to expand and use the Native Indians and African slaves to acquire life; liberties and the colonies formed along the Atlantic continue to survive in order to override the true traditions of the continent of the Americas. The North and the South of the United States have major disagreements concerning the desired traditions of their states; for the future of the communities and the publicized economies. Their options persuade from agriculture to industrial opportunities; using hands as much as possible. The gifts of ideals and thought bless the various townships of the North and explode into the thoughts of man; exposing itself to the people of color and onto the complacent societies of the South.
The South had outdone itself, with rule over man and had determined to never turn back from this effort. Insisting on carrying out this experienced tradition of slave owning, the South continued to spread its disease of control over its own nature, no matter what the cost of psychological mishap. The North was insistent on incorporating its access to knowledge and the resource foundations exercised for its survival. While moving towards the Western regions of the American continent, both societies, North and South, collide with more traditions offered in their zone of expediting their controls. Throughout this essay will be explanations of the efforts accepted and refused during the 1700 and 1800’s which fed the awaiting Civil War.
Reasons for conflict; Dealings with the North and South resulted in Democrats wandering through both wings of the government, causing hostilities and paranoid attitudes towards each other. Eventually, the Northern existence in the Republican Party and the entire Whig party faded. The new focus would be about objections to acts of slavery; within two years this ideal program would expand and become the attraction for Northern yeoman farmers and businessmen, in addition to anti-slavery advocates. Lincoln’s declaration on slavery pinged as a sympathetic chord among the Northerners. The Southern economy continued to depend on slavery and the movement of cotton throughout the states.
Prominent figures of the “replica” party began accepting Lincoln’s persona as a possible presidential candidate of 1860. Senators came to feel isolated as moderate Northerners increasingly exhibited the attitude that slavery was wrong and shouldn’t be allowed to progress into the western U.S. continental territories. Northerners; 23 states remain loyal to the Union: California; Connecticut; Delaware; Illinois; Indiana; Kansas; Kentucky; Maine; Maryland; Massachusetts; Michigan; Minnesota; Texas; New Jersey; New York; Ohio; Oregon; Pennsylvania; Rhode Island; Vermont; and Washington. There were slave holding Native American tribes, which supported the Confederacy, allowed the Indian Territory; now Oklahoma.