The North was mainly industrialized and heavily populated. The South was agricultural and had pockets of populated areas, but was mainly rural. The Southern states relied heavily on exporting cotton and other produce to Europe and, in order to make a profit on these exports, relied on slave labor. The North was also more in favor of the National government having more power than the states. While in the south people were more in fovor of states rights and power being greater than that of the national government.
similarities and differences between Negritude movement in Africa in the 1950's and civil rights movement in the United States in the 1960's
During the civil war, they both suffered greatly from disease
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.
they both have taxes
they both have to do drills
The mosaic laws deals more with the health problems and the Hammurabi code deals more with civil laws.
Similarities: Both activist of civil rights Both used regions structures Both assassinated Differences: The were different religions MLK was against violence but Malcolm x thought it was the only way to peace Malcolm x wanted to seperate blacks and white so that racism would be stopped but MLK wanted them to live peacefully :))
The similarities between north and the civil war are...... Both sides were American. Both sides spoke English. Both sides raised regional units. Both sides had the same weapons. Both sides had poor medical care. Both sides wanted to expand
People died and were shot.
Both are designed to control peoples behaviour.
What are 5 differences between civil law which includes tort law and criminal law identified by dr Ronald b standler in his ess...
The civil war was an un-declared war fought against ourselves. WW1 was a declared war fought against a foreign nation.