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How did civil war affect north and south?

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Answered 2010-10-24 22:41:32

north made money south payed for the war

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Badly. Differently. Significantly.

The north won the civil war.

The north and the south fought against each other in the civil war.

The North won the Civil War. All the South had to do was defend. It was up to the North to attack, which in the end they did successfully.

The Civil War greatly improved the economy of the North but harmed the economy of the South.

It increased tension between the north an south

Before the civil war it didn't affect the south, but after the war began the north had all the industrial growth and could produce things needed for fighting a war.

who are some of the people in civil war north against south?

The south had bad agriculture while in the north, the industrialization went down hill

No- the South seceeded from the North, which was a cause of the Civil War

the confederate states of America was the south in the civil war.

North: Union South: Confederacy

The North won the Civil War by General Lee from the South surrendered to the North.

The impact that the Civil War had on the North and the South was: North: * North abolished slavery after the war because of the Emancipation Proclamation South * South grew poor * South experienced inflation

the civil war between the north and south happened in both spots but moved around

If your talking about the north and south United states it was the Civil War. :]

They were "the Civil War". The North and the South were going against each other. They were fighting against slavery (the North). And the South wanted slavery.

The union won the civil war.

The south allowed slavery and the north didn't and that was the cause of the civil war.

Question Why did inflation occur in both the North and the South during the Civil War?

The North won the US Civil War.