Jessica M.

asked • 09/29/15

U.s history

How did regional geography shape the different economies at the north and south and the reliance on slave labor in the south

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Lillian S. answered • 09/24/19

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Anthony F.

Excellent answer! The South's method of mass-production exuded a kind of memory-management mainly due to any record-keeping pertaining to slaves whereas the free North's method of mass-production mainly resembled a multi-tasking as was evident in the free North's industry-based economy and the large immigration populations such as the Irish immigrants who fled Ireland during the potato famine there. Those regional differences in mass-production helped to maintain a war-like atmosphere in the, still growing, United States of America.


Michael P. answered • 10/21/15

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