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What economic and social factors in the United States led to differing about slavery in the North and the South?

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    The North was more into Industry, city life, and paying most workers (even people of color) whilst the South was more agriculture, unpaid/slave labor, and rural country life. The economy worked like a cyclical. The South sold raw materials to the North and the North sold goods and services to the South.

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