Sectionalism in the early-mid 1800s.
A sense of unity filled the United States of America after they gained independence by winning the Revolutionary War. This sense of unity, however, did not last forever. Rather than having disputes with Britain, the United States began to have disputes among its three "sections" - the north, south, and west. Starting with the War of 1812, sectionalism began as a small rift but grew into a huge gap that separated the north, south, and west.
The end of the controversial War of 1812 did not end sectionalism. In fact, the War in general essentially served as an ignition to the division of the…
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