• Notes for AP US History Video 41: AP US History Video 41: The South, Slavery, and Sectionalism:
• The Southern Exception. 0:22
• “King Cotton” and Slavery. 0:57
• Southern Culture Detailed in Alexis de Tocqueville’s Democracy in America. 2:19
• Slavery Influenced Southern Culture. 3:21
• Feds Can’t Stop Sectionalism. 4:43
• Henry Clay’s “American System.” 5:42
• Growing Isolation of the South. 7:10
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• NOTE: This is NOT a Substitute for Your Classes, Text, Etc. 10:16
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