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Updated 07/24/2018 3:03 PM By George Wang
The Overview of American Civil War
The American Civil War began in 1861, after decades of tension between northern and southern states over slavery, national rights and westward expansion. The election of Abraham Lincoln in 1860 led to the secession of seven Southern states and the formation of American allies; Soon four more states joined them. The American Civil War was also well known, culminating in the surrender of the Confederate forces in 1865.
Civil war is the core event of American historical consciousness. Although the 1776 to 1783 Revolution created the United States, the 1861 to 1865 Civil War decided what kind of country it would be. The war solved the two fundamental issues that the revolution had not yet resolved: whether the United States was a dissolved sovereign state union or an indivisible state with sovereign Governments; Whether this country was born to proclaim the equal right of all people to freedom will continue to exist as the world’s largest slave-controlled state.
The victory of the north in the war made the United States a nation and ended the slavery that divided the country from the beginning. But these achievements cost 625,000 of lives-almost as much as the American soldiers who died in all the other wars that have been fought in this country. Between the end of the Napoleonic Wars in 1815 and the outbreak of the First World War of 1914, the American Civil War was the largest and most destructive conflict in the Western world.
The Impact of the Civil War
The Civil War eliminated slavery and cleared the way for the rapid development of American capitalism. During the reconstruction period after the Civil war, blacks were still subjected to various forms of discrimination and exploitation by plantation owners, but they gained political rights and the right to vote and freed themselves from the bondage of slaves. Therefore, the American Civil War has epoch-making influence on the development of American history. The United States has laid the foundation for becoming a world power.
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