To win the Civil War, the South was counting on the fact that
it was too large for the Union to conquer.
the Mississippi River was open for transporting goods.
its coastline was too long to attack.
Richmond was close to Washington, DC.
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The South were heavily relying on slave labor and The Mississippi trade routes, until the North confronted it.