How did the aristocratic republicanism of the south differ from the democratic republicanism of the north?

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While the Republicans shared a similar ideology, the aristocratic Southerners were more refined and believed in chivalry. The Northern Republicans, while well to do, had a more metropolitan view on politics. Since they lived within the strong industrial base, their belief system was more dependent on the entrepreneurial experience. They felt Americans needed to do more for themselves, as opposed to depending on the government to make ends meet.
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