Why did the North have more capital than the South?
The North made more money on its farm produce.
The South did not produce any goods to sell in trade.
The South had its capital tied up in land and slaves.
The North spent less money on industrialization.
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hello, what you guess here about the answer...?
well i was thinking the south had its capoital tied up in land and slaves
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The North had more capital than the South because of its dense population. Their industrialization was also much more developed than in the South.; not as much resources as the south. B is the best answer
Slavery was more of segregation more than making a profit; really has nothing much do with capital