Social and Economic Effects of the War

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Social and Economic Effects of the War

This speech was delivered in January 1918, while the United States was in the middle of another war. The speaker, from the University of Minnesota, analyzes the economic and social changes created by the Civil War, and in the end, states that the current war (World War I) will certainly not have the same level of impact that the Civil War did.

Most Minnesota History articles are written at a higher reading level, and are most suited for adults.

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