So the tension isn’t just about the morality of slavery (or otherwise inclusive policy), it was about old views not fitting in to a new progressive and modern world (a world more accessible to an upper-class urbanite) and the pushback against this (as seen in everything from the to ). This theme will play out again to account for the changes in the upcoming party systems where modernization spurs on progressivism which spurs on social conservatism, only leaving everyone all the more bitter, speaking of which, this brings us to “” (which at times is less about construction, and more about enforcing and the , pushing back against which re-enslaved and “” Freedmen, pushing back against paramilitary rebel factions like the and , and military occupation of the south via ).


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