People who wanted to work out the souths differences with the north

People who wanted to work out the souths differences with the north


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glogaming16

glogaming16

Copperheads

Explanation:

The Copperheads were a faction of the Democratic party that developed in the 1860s. They were also known as Peace Democrats due to the fact that they opposed the American Civil War. The Copperheads wanted to reach a peace settlement with the Confederates. This was a highly contentious position, and Copperheads were generally disliked by both sides of the conflict.

bjbass899

bjbass899

Were called Copperheads

amourjenny

amourjenny

The copperheads will be your answer

AniyahM17

AniyahM17

The answer was Copperheads.  Many of them opposed the Civil and were Southern sympathizers.  Many wanted to end the war and opposed Lincoln’s efforts.  Former General George McCellan ran for president against Lincoln promising peaceful negotiations with the South.  He lost the election against Lincoln.

vpowell5371

vpowell5371

Cooperationist or known as copperheads i believe

jvsome8

jvsome8

Copperheads

Explanation:

The Copperheads were a faction of the Democratic Party within the Union in the 1860s during the American Civil War that sympathized with the Confederacy and wanted a peaceful solution to the conflict in the country. Republicans began calling these congressmen "Copperheads," alluding to the poisonous snake of the same name. The anti-war Democrats did not take the insult and actually began to call themselves, with pride, "Coppers."

This movement was stronger in the Ohio region, which had several economic ties with the south, as well as similar traditions. Reactionary elements throughout the country, which supported the Coppers, would be alarmed at the modernization of society and the growing movement for racial equality before the law. The Republican Party, founded by abolitionists, had taken a firm stand against slavery. Copperheads argued that each state should legislate on itself and were opposed to excessive interventions by the federal government. Historians say the coppers damaged the Union's war effort by opposing, for example, conscription and even encouraging desertion and, according to the Republicans, conspired against the country.

The Copperheads were not necessarily in favor of secession, but of national unity, preserving the slavery and legislative independence of the states. Modern historians, however, claim that these ideals were impracticable, since the Confederacy would not accept any end that did not guarantee its independence. Support for this faction was high at the beginning of the civil war, when the federal troops of the North suffered heavy casualties in combat. However, as of 1863, the tide of conflict turned in favor of the North and the coppers began to ask more vehemently for a negotiated settlement of the conflict. After the fall of Atlanta in September 1864, the Union's military victory became irreversible and copperism collapsed.

Kaesy24

Kaesy24

your mom

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aashna66

aashna66

The name for them would be called copperheads.

billey32

billey32

The Copperheads.

In the 1860s, the Copperheads, also known as Peace Democrats, were a faction of Democrats in the Northern United States of the Union who opposed the American Civil War and wanted an immediate peace settlement with the Confederates.

breezer20042

breezer20042

That solution would involve effectively burying the plant with sand and concrete to seal it off from the outside world – a tactic which, as the name suggests, was used at the Chernobyl power plant in the Ukraine after its explosion in 1986.