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Q: How did the north and south differ on the issue of tarrif's?
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How did the north view tarrifs?

They viewed them as useful. They helped with trade and both the north and south argued about slavery towards them


How did North and South differ on the issue of tariffs?

In the northeast, farms intended to be small, and the produce was usually marked locally.. As for the south, cotton production increased dramatically


What group tended to favor tarrifs?

It was the North because the north gained money while south lost it because they bought most of their goods from Britain, who goods had the tariffs on them.


How did the north's population differ from south' population?

The North's population was much larger than the South's.


How did the north population differ from the south population?

The North's population was much larger than the South's.


How did the North's population differ from the South's population?

The North's population was larger


What caused the issue that the north and south fought over in the government when they avoided the slavery issue by the compromises?

The issue that the North and South fought over was called the Wilmot Proviso. It was basically a law of slavery: the North and South were fighting over slavery. The North were anti-slavery and the South were pro-slavery


The South looked at slavery as an economic issue The North viewed slavery as what kind of issue?

The South looked at slavery as an economic issue. The North viewed slavery as a moral issue. In the North, slavery was proving to be unprofitable in the North and was dying out by the end of the American Revolution, but in the South white Southerners were increasingly more defensive of slavery.


The south looked at slavery as an economic issue. The North viewed slavery as what kind of issue?

The South looked at slavery as an economic issue. The North viewed slavery as a moral issue. In the North, slavery was proving to be unprofitable in the North and was dying out by the end of the American Revolution, but in the South white Southerners were increasingly more defensive of slavery.


How did the north and the south differ in their ideas about extending slavery?

the north didnt want slavery but the south want slavery


How did the agricultural systems in the north and south differ?

The South was very agricultural whereas the North was not. The North's economy was based on manufacturing and the South had plantations where crops were grown.


Why did the south German states differ from the north German states?

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