Before the Civil War in the United States, the North Eastern states supported a high tariff. New York' New Jersey, and the New England states had considerable manufacturing and Pennsylvania had coalmines. All competed with Europe. They wanted a high tariff to protect their industries.
Slaves would have still been a big deal. The South would have been one nation.
In what ways, did the war change the nation
The Civil War freed the slaves and also brought the nation closer together. Before the Civil War people would say, "The United States are..." instead of, "The United States is..."
A high tariff on imports
Yes, Andrew Jackson opposed the tariff in 1828 because he believed that it would start a civil war and also ran hiscampaign as a man of the country, not a man of sectionalism.
One of the causes that started the Civil War.
Whether the US would be a nation where people owned slaves on or not.
A pre-civil war set of measures designed to unify the nation and strengthen its economy by means of protective tariff's, a national bank, and such internal improvements as the development of a transportation system
The south would make slavery all throughout the nation.
If it had united the entire nation against slavery, there would have been no Civil War.
What wars are you talking about and the question is too unspecific to answer. soldiers and anyone willing to take up arms in some cases such as civil wars or if you're nation is invaded
The Confederate States of America would still be there, as a sovereign nation.
The Phone Bill of 1969
The south, because they exported goods.