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The South was defined by a biracial social order and an institution that was increasingly under attack. Slavery's supporters, whether slaveholders or not, depicted Southern society as ideal, blessed with class and racial harmony; this ideal was far from the truth. Southerners increasingly saw themselves as a society apart; some believed a nation apart would be the best resolution to their growing dilemma.

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