The Causes of the Civil War

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World Almanac Library, 2004 M01 4 - 48 pages
This comprehensive, eight-volume series vividly describes the bloodiest and, arguably, most important conflict in American history. Tearing the nation in two, the devastating Civil War has been called a war of brother against brother. A pivotal event in American history, the Civil War transformed the nation by freeing millions of African Americans from slavery. It also unified the country, changing it from a loose confederation of states into a powerful nation with a strong central government.

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