. How did the Civil War lead to the Second Industrial Revolution in the United States
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The industrial revolution sparkled the industry of the northeast. Laborforce was needed. Escaped slaves from the south could fill in those jobs. Expanding industry meant expanding economical power. Thus a economical power conflict was apparant.
-The northern states industrialized, but southern states remained an agricultural economy dependent on manual labor.
-The industrial revolution and the industrialization of northern states was one contributing factor in the US Civil War, though it was not the major one. It contributed by allowing the northern states to build a large economy based on wage labor and technology, which differed fundamentally from the southern society that was agricultural and rural, and based on a slave economy. These cultural and economic differences built upon and exacerbated the fundamental moral and political differences caused by the continued legality of slavery in southern states. In my opinion the moral and political differences are what lead to an actual shooting war, with the economic, technological and social differences related to the industrial revolution just being a side issue. :)
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