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"How The 13th and 14th Amendments Changed American Society."
Slavery was popular in America in the 18th and 19th centuries. The Southern states, with agricultural economies, relied on the slavery system to ensure the cash crops, such as; cotton, hemp, rice, and tobacco. Slaves were not unknown in the North, but abolition in the North was completed by the 1830's. In 1808, the Congress prohibited the slave trade, not a year later than allowed in the Constitution. A series of compromises, laws, acts, and bills tried to keep the balance between the slave states and the non-slave states.
South Carolina voted to secede from the United States as a result o…
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