Sociology of the South Primary Source- Antebellum- SOAP

Sociology of the South Primary Source- Antebellum- SOAP
Sociology of the South Primary Source- Antebellum- SOAP
Sociology of the South Primary Source- Antebellum- SOAP
Sociology of the South Primary Source- Antebellum- SOAP
Sociology of the South Primary Source- Antebellum- SOAP
Sociology of the South Primary Source- Antebellum- SOAP
Sociology of the South Primary Source- Antebellum- SOAP
Sociology of the South Primary Source- Antebellum- SOAP
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When teaching the Antebellum period of the Civil War, it's very easy to always talk about northern perception. However, to include the south's stance on the issue, George Fitzhugh wrote a compelling piece titled "The Sociology of the South" where he argues against the strength of the northern economy and argues in a positive light the southern ideals.

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Assess the extent to which the reasoning and evidence in a text support the author’s claims.
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