The social revolution , collectivizations . (See Spanish Revolution of 1936 )
Additionally, some abolitionists took a less peaceful route to fighting slavery. John Brown and his family fought on the anti-slavery side of "Bleeding Kansas." They were responsible for the Pottawatomie Massacre in which they killed five settlers who were pro-slavery. Yet, Brown's best-known fight would be his last when the group attacked Harper's Ferry in 1859, a crime for which he would hang.
(About) Causes of the Civil War. This sectionalism map is superimposed on map of the United States in 1860 and shows the shared border separating "The North" from "The South," slave and free states, as well as which states remained in the Union (North) and the Southern section which formed the Confederacy. This map has also been superimposed on the present-day US Census Bureau map showing the official geographical sections of the nation, and the sections, after more than 150 years, remain almost precisely as they were prior to the Civil War. The entire section indicated as West, was added to the United States through treaties and acquisitions in a period spanning less than 10 years, allowing the nation to span from sea to shining sea.
“History is not about strangers, history is about us,” he added. It’s what we do in 2017.”