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 Posted: Thu Sep 18th, 2008 02:27 pm
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"There was going to be a clash between the sections"

I'm beginning to wonder: if the war was delayed, would the South begin to divide internallly.

It had become a greatly closed society by 1860. The histroy of the world (part 1) tells us that such entities begin to fracture from *internal* dissent.

However, through 1860, any given slave state's policy and practice towards the peculiar institution was little different from any other's.

Once the south had it's way, and began governing itself, some differences of opinion began to bubble up, though not necessarily over slavery.


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