Tuesday, May 28, 2019

The American Civil War was Unavoidable Essay -- American History Civil

The American Civil War was unavoidable. Because of regional and political disputes the country would devote continued to boil even if the extremists on both sides were kept under control. No matter what was done politically a conflict was necessary to eradicate slavery from this continent.Anger in the South was becoming a growing trend. The Southerners were angered by the fact that, in their view, the North was trying to dissolve their way of life. Congressman Robert Toombs of Georgia says, if by your legislation you northerners seek to drive us from the territories...I am for disunion. This Congressman from the South is so intent on making slaves legal in the territories that he is willing to break with the North over it. He also says that California and New Mexico were purchased by the common blood of the people(A). This was the view of John C. Calhoun that people from every state fought to gain these territories so everyone should have equal access to them. It was not only the people of the South that were taking on these feelings of hatred toward the North, but the government also. The South Carolina government said this government...has been discomfited and the Government itself has been destructive of them principles by the actions of the nonslaveholding states. If your government, which includes some of the most educated people from your region, believes wholeheartedly that the North are acting against those in the South wouldnt that limit you a litt...

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