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The political atmosphere during the civil war
Sectional Differences were very apparent long before the onset of the civil
war. As the nation grew, disparities between the classes grew further. Politicians started
to create parties that favored certain groups of people. The elite tried to further
themselves from the working class and control the government. The ideals between the
North and South didn't coincide. Sectional differences were bound to happen as America
started to grow.
<Tab/>The creation of parties was a bad idea, according to George Washington. The
Federalist and Republican parties were created and bo…
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