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The presidency of Lyndon B. Johnson began on November 22, 1963, when Johnson became ... Civil rights legislation signed by Johnson banned racial discrimination in ... for Johnson declined as the war dragged on and domestic unrest across the ..... Though a version of the bill passed the House, it failed to win Senate ...

www.answers.com/Q/As_the_Civil_War_dragged_on_why_was_the_North_in_better_shape_to_win_than_the_South

Successful blockade - the South could not import or export.Industrial ... As the Civil War dragged on why was the North in better shape to win than the South?

www.historynet.com/why-the-south-lost-the-civil-war-cover-page-february-99-american-history-feature.htm

We can't fault the Southerners for thinking at the time that they could win when we can ... The South lost the war because the North and Abraham Lincoln were .... Abraham Lincoln was probably a better war president than Jefferson Davis and ...

www.shmoop.com/civil-war/economy.html

But northern advantages would prove crucial as the war dragged on. ... Since most of the South's money came from exporting cotton the North aimed to shut ... In addition to having a population that was more than twice that of the South, the  ...

www.encyclopedia.com/history/united-states-and-canada/us-history/american-civil-war

Get information, facts, and pictures about American Civil War at Encyclopedia. com. ... Rather than accept Republican rule, Southern radicals immediately .... On the whole, Northern students tended to perform better at the technically oriented ... the South would win her independence, but whether the North would give up the ...

www.apstudynotes.org/us-history/topics/the-civil-war

When the Civil War began, there were fewer than 20,000 soldiers in the ... to physically overpower the Confederates to win control of the southern states. ... The high-level military strategies for the North and South continued to be attack and defend. ... leader, would be able to drill the Union troops into battle-ready shape.

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2203885/Civil-War-Robert-E-Lees-secret-Special-Orders-No-191-Union-soldiers-changed-fate-Antietam-Americas-bloodiest-day.html

Sep 15, 2012 ... As the 150th anniversary of the Civil War continues to be ... referred to as the Battle of Sharpsburg in the South – descendants of those who ... A drawn-out war , Lee knew, favoured the better-supplied and more populous North, and .... Union General George B. McClellan helped the North win the Civil War.

www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2015/08/did-religion-make-the-american-civil-war-worse/401633

Aug 23, 2015 ... Did Religion Make the American Civil War Worse? ... the folly of a nation allowing itself to be dragged into the war in the first place. ... to a church and never professed more than a deistic concept of God, .... two years of war, “in nopublick proclamation either north or south is our great national sin recognized.

docsouth.unc.edu/true/chapter/chp06-01/chp06-01.html

Feb 9, 2007 ... On the eve of the Civil War, the University of North Carolina was among ... Fewer than thirty percent of North Carolinians owned slaves, who were ... and appeared to win the admiration of all but a few persistent critics. ... The students believed that their time would be better spent getting into fighting shape.

history.stackexchange.com/questions/26675/what-reasons-did-the-confederacy-have-for-believing-they-would-have-a-quick-vict

At the beginning of the U.S. civil war, both sides were very confident in a quick and easy victory. I can see why the North would think so: they had a better trained army, better infrastructure ... Why were the southerners so confident they would win? .... The South did have the better commanding officers.