Presentation on theme: "Kukbo Oh. The geographic size of the South and the North were roughly the same. Southerners spoke the same language and worshiped the same Protestant."— Presentation transcript:
The geographic size of the South and the North were roughly the same. Southerners spoke the same language and worshiped the same Protestant God as northerners. Southerners lived under the same cherished Constitution as northerners. In 1840, northerners and southerners invoked the doctrine of states’ rights against federal authority with nearly equal frequency. The South shared the nation’s economic booms and busts.
The South 1. The South’s climate and longer growing season gave it an unmistakable rural and agricultural destiny. 2. The South developed as a biracial society of brutal inequality, where the liberty of one race directly depended on the enslavement of another. 3. The South lagged way behind the North in nearly any measure of industrial growth. 4. The South also had urban centers, which became crossroads of commerce and small scale manufacturing.
The North 1. Evagelicalcism was a major well spring of reform movements 2. Materialism, individualism, and faith in progress have been associated with the North in 19 th century. 3. The North had a faster industrial growth then the South 4. North was an urban city, and had less agricultural places. 5. Most of people in the North wanted to get rid of slavery