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17.4 (p.500-504) Hardships of War
deadlier weapons, primitive medical care, unsanitary conditions, disease lack of food/clothing/shelter; continuous activity or complete boredom
NORTH: opposition to draft; riots in cities; suspension of Habeus Corpus SOUTH: weak govt.; wealthy exempt from draft; not enough soldiers
NORTH: inflation (-), income tax (-), farm/factory production rose (+) SOUTH: taxes (-), inflation (-), severe shortages of food. clothing, etc.; riots (-)
home front, nurses (Barton-N; Tompkins-S), made supplies, raised $$, served as soldiers & spies
B A D C
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