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What were the south's reasons to fight in the civil war?

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May 08, 2009 4:36AM

The South's reasons to fight the Civil War was to secede from the Union and to keep slavery. Secede means to separate themselves from the country for ya'll who doesn't know what that is. Not to be confused with succeed, which means to acheive.