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The Old South Rebuilt
Towards the end of the Civil War and the first few years after the Civil War, the United States of America faced an era of reconstruction in the South. The Civil War significantly altered the Southern way of life by eroding at the traditional plantation master-slave relationship. Not only did the Union have to readmit the seceded states, it also had to rebuild the south's devastated economy and readjust southern society from a slave society to a free society. However, despite large efforts on both individual organizations and the federal government to reform the south politically, economic…
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