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The South was fighting to keep slavery. The North was fighting to abolish slavery.

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

The difference is that in the north there was no slavery and in the south there was slavery

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The difference is that one is in south and one is in north..! The difference is that one is in south and one is in north..!

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One of the obvious differences between the North and the South during the U.S. Civil War was that the North was anti-slavery and the South was pro-slavery.

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

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

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The main issue between the two was slavery. Other issues that arouse were the debates on state powers and the feud of agriculture (South) vs industry (North).

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Your question is very general, but North Carolina is north of South Carolina...

The leading differences between the North and the South leading towards the US Civil War was their respective economies. The North was rapidly expanding manufacturing while the South was primarily an agricultural economy. Also, the Southern economy was driven by slaves. For the most part the North had few slaves at all.

South depended on slaves to harvest cotton and other goods, but the North did not agree with this. This caused some conflict between the North and South and eventually led to the civil war.

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