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Sectionalism

the arguments of unionists, cooperationists, and secessionists

TermDefinition
Unionist Unionists favored the idea of remaining part of the Union.
Cooperationists Cooperationists were South Carolinians who favored seceding from the Union.
secessionists secessionists, also known as radicals or fire-eaters, argued that breaking apart from the Union prior to the Civil War was the only answer for South Carolina.
The Secession Convention The South Carolina legislature issued a call for a convention to determine the relationship between South Carolina and the Union.
secession means to leave the Union, to break away from the United States
Confederacy another name for the Confederate States of America, made up of the 11 states that seceded from the Union
states rights the right of states to limit the power of the federal government
Abraham Lincoln 16th president of the United States; helped preserve the United States by leading the defeat of the secessionist Confederacy; an outspoken opponent of the expansion of slavery.
The eleven Confederate States of America Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Texas, and Tennessee.
Jefferson Davis Elected president of the Confederate States of America
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