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3. After the Battle of Gettysburg, the South (1 point)
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2. How did the Civil War affect states’ rights? (1 point) The supremacy of the federal government over the states was firmly established. 9/3/2015 The Civil War https://www.connexus.com/content/render.aspx?disableAssessment=true&printpreview=true&printpopup=true&idSection=546022&idCourse=39721&idWebuser=1157933&page=6&header=true&idUnit=34042&idL... 2/2 The supremacy of the federal government over the states was firmly established. States gained more power in determining their own laws. The balance of power between federal and state governments was unchanged. States lost all rights of self­determination.
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anonymous
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2. How did the Civil War affect states’ rights? (1 point) The supremacy of the federal government over the states was firmly established. States gained more power in determining their own laws. The balance of power between federal and state governments was unchanged. States lost all rights of self­ determination.
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The supremacy was firmly established. The states asserted their rights to succeed from the United Stats but the loss of the South states to form a confederacy, much like the colonies did from Britain, made the federal government more powerful. Think if Britain won the American Revolution?

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