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Finally, as Charles P. Roaland would term it, there was a "fatal rift in the psyche of the South," namely the innate, almost unconscious desire of the South to resemble the nation from which it separated.
Authors Kenneth Stampp, David Potter and others, argue that a southern nation did not exist in the South before, during or after the war...
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These historians believe the southern states, at some point in their shared history with the North, became a separate distinct nation of their own, different then that of there northern neighbors.
Multi-national states are problematic, since civil wars and separatist movements can and do occur within their borders...
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