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During the civil war the home fronts were very important The home fronts played in support of each side That being they would need help from the civilians to support the troops Both north and south had troubles with their own home fronts In the end these home fronts played an important roleIn the north the home front for that side was very important to them During the war they had many supports which results to the winning of the war The north used many tactics to get people to support the war There were also some troubles too With the war going on the north didnt have that many people serving in the war so they developed a draft This made men between 25-45 serve in the war This was a problem because drafting would be forcing people in the war Another reason drafting was a bad idea is these men were farmers and didnt have that much experience If a rich man wanted to pay his way out of getting drafted he could As a result of that exception there was a riot in New York City 1863 The mob burned down everything First the burned down where they kept the drafts so they wouldnt have records of them Then afterwards they started attack African Americans beating them and lynching them There were higher taxes for supporting the war too in the past a lot of Americans didnt like taxes Another problem is a lot of people supported a lot of different things With the war going on Lincoln was oringaly for only bring the union back together but changes his mind in the end Some soldiers didnt even know what they were fighting for some supported the fact that union should stay together and some were abolishers As a result of these issues it was hard to get support from the home front In the end Lincoln
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