How did fighting in the civil war change the lives of Texas soldiers ?

a) They came to support the cause of secession

b) They traveled far from home to participate in bloody battles

c) They earned enough money to buy cotton plantations and slaves

d) They lost their home and farms due to damage caused by local battles

I already know D isn't right because not much of Texas was damaged during the war.

I think B ?

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