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) How did economic and political factors help cause the South to lose the Civil War? The North won the war was because of the South's economic and political disadvantages like the lack of manufacturing or an established government. 2. "Lincoln was one of the most democratic and also one of the most autocratic of presidents." Explain what is meant by this statement and then give reasons for either agreeing or disagreeing with it. For the people, President Lincoln was democratic by waging war on the South and the Emancipation Proclamation, but this also showed how auticratic the Lincoln presidency was because not all decisions followed protocol, such as suspending the writ of Habeus Corpus. 3. Assess the effectiveness of the military leadership, strategies, and tactics of the North and the South during the Civil War. Overall, the North and South were not outstanding with the military and war plans becausde of untrained soldiers, drunken generals, loose battle plans and other reasons. 4. Analyze the impact of any TWO of the following on the ending of slavery duringthe Civil War: President Lincoln U.S. Congress slaves and former slaves President Lincoln along with Congress aided the ending of slavery with the Emancipation Proclamation in 1763, as well as the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendment. 5. To what extent is it correct to say that the Civil War represented a second American Revolution? The Civil War changed America in a revolutionary degree with the complete destruction of the South and of course the twelve year long reconstruction of the South show how much banning slavery changed America.

Pg 3051. 2. How were politics and business affected by corruption and scandals in the era from 1865 to 1880? The Republican governments placed in the South were extremely corrupt to disadvantage the Black with things like labor contracts. What political. . What were the long-term political and economic effects of Reconstruction and southern reaction on African Americans? After Reconstruction had ended. 5. In what ways and to what extent did the Fourteenth and Fifteenth amendments change the relationship between the federal government and the state governments? Following the Civil War. it was unclear if the North had really won the war because the blacks were still extremely disadvantaged with the Black Codes the Ku Klux Klan. and social changes were implemented by Rpublican governments in the southern states between 1865 and 1877? Reconstruction by Republican governments in the South completely changed Southern society with great educational reforms. 4. the federal government gained a huge amount of power over state government especially with the franchising of Blacks rather than allowing eligible voters to be determined by the states with the 14th and 15th amendment. and literacy tests--which allowed the Cotton economy to still thrive. economic. 3. Analyze the goals and strategies of Reconstruction of TWO of the following: President Lincoln President Johnson Congressional Republicans President Lincoln and President Johnson both aimed to have a smooth reinsertion of the South with ideas like the Ten Percent Plan rather than the harsher and more radical Wade-Davis Bill.