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25 January, 05:26

After the Civil War, why did the South have more economic damage than the North? Most of the fighting had occurred in the South. The South's agricultural economy was severely damaged by the war. The South had to pay back a large foreign debt. The South had to give up slavery, which had been the basis of its economy.

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  1. 25 January, 06:07
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    South had to give up slavery which was a basis of there economy
  2. 25 January, 06:42
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    1,2,4
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