How would the US be different if the Confederacy had won the US Civil War?
America would be divded up into 2 countries, the North and South, or possibly 3, North, South and West. "Southern North America" may still have some form of legal slavery today or if not, blacks would be 2nd class citizens.
The last nation to abolish slavery was Brazil late in the 19th century. Clearly the Confederacy even if only for economic progress, would have abolished slavery in due time and proceeded to keep its agricultural economy and also invest in the 19th Century's Industrial Revolution.
What would the united states government be like presently if the south would have won the civil war?
North Carolina vs. the Confederacy! The Confederacy was trying to North Carolina (NC) to stay with the Confederacy. The Union was nicest to NC so, the Confederacy could lose one of it's states or possibly see if NC could help make the Confederacy give up and let the Union win! At the end of the Civil War, the Union wins anyway!!! The Civil war lasted for six years (1860-1865). NC is still with the Confederacy…
Because Richmond was less than 100 miles from the Union capital of Washington DC, it became a political thorn from the very beginning of the US Civil War. Northern political pressure forced the premature attempt at the First Battle of Bull Run. This soon became an ongoing goal for the Union for most of the war. From a military theoretical point of view, Richmond was a so-called center of gravity. In the military philosophy of…
the name of the confederacy was "Delegates of the States" well actually that was the name of the confederacy under the articles of confederation. we're talking a whole different war. not the civil war, but the revolutionary war. the confederates fought the British and them came up with their own name. the second Confederacy was called the confederates. know your history before you post it!!