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Historian: The vast majority of scholars studying the American Civil

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New post 13 Sep 2018, 09:29
in my attempt i chose option E ,
however i realized later that the inherent key of this argument is the 2 "periods of time":
at the start of the civil war and by the end of the civil war
both choices C and E strengthen the argument in a way
however choice C provides an advantage factor that counters the superiority of the confederate at the start of the war
that's the subtle difference between the 2 choices
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New post 13 Sep 2018, 20:37
C. The Union had four times the total population of the Confederacy and most of the industrial manufacturing in North America.

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