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How did the presence of the border states illustrate a difference between the Union and Confederacy?

The Confederacy had more internal political disagreements than the Union.

The Confederacy had more states on its side than the Union.

The Union's population was divided on the issue of slavery.

The Union's population was united in believing slavery was wrong.


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  1. Oscar

    i have no clue what it could be

  2. Oscar

    damon could you help

  3. Reed

    Oscar, read this:

    http://

  4. Reed

    OOOps. I hit the wrong button. Here it is:

    http://www.civilwarhome.com/borderstates.htm

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