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There were actually A LOT of conflicts in the Civil War, many of course ending in what you would call a stalemate. Among the larger battles, many consider Antietam to be a stalemate, though by causing a stalement, the North wins a strategic victory. Since the South was smaller, any 'stalemate' generally favored the North since bleeding the Southern Army in the long run would win the war for the North.

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Q: What were the 4 battles that neither side really won in the Civil War?
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