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Some economic consequences of the transition from civil war to peace
|Statement||Jean-Paul Azam ... [et al.].|
|Series||Policy research working paper ;, 1392, Policy research working papers ;, 1392.|
|LC Classifications||HG3881.5.W57 P63 no. 1392|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||139 p. :|
|Number of Pages||139|
|LC Control Number||95131147|
The economic lives of planters, former slaves, and nonslaveholding whites, were transformed after the Civil War. Planters found it hard to adjust to the end of slavery. Accustomed to absolute control over their labor force, many sought to restore the old discipline, only to meet determined opposition from the freedpeople, who equated freedom. Discuss some of the consequences of the Civil War and the important changes that it brought about with regards to changes affecting the institution of slavery, the role and powers of the federal government, economic effects, and changes in warfare. A. The nation was reunited and the southern states were not allowed to secede.
During the Civil War, the U.S. Congress passes a conscription act that produces the first wartime draft of U.S. citizens in American act called for registration of all males between. The Economic impact of the Civil War on American history remains the focus of a lively debate among Civil War scholars. Did the Northern victory pave the way for changes so profound that, as Charles and Mary Beard claimed, the war was a “Second American Revolution?”.
"Some" of the social consequences? There are hundreds, I am sure. But ones that jump to the forefront quickly: * stronger Federal government with weaker States * regional/cultural differences in the country that can still pit "northerners" against. The Guatemalan Civil War was a civil war in Guatemala fought from to between the government of Guatemala and various leftist rebel groups. These were supported initially by ethnic Maya indigenous peoples and Ladino peasants, who together make up the rural poor. The government forces have been condemned for committing genocide against the Maya population of Guatemala during the civil.
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Some economic consequences of the transition from civil war to peace. Washington, DC: World Bank,  (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Jean-Paul Azam.
The study was funded by the Bank's Research Support Budget under the research project "Some Economic Consequences of the Transition from Civil War to Peace" (RPO ) and by the Africa Regional Office. Copies of this paper are available free from the WorldBank, H StreetNW, Washington, DC Some economic consequences of the transition from civil war to peace (English) Abstract.
Drawing on evidence from Africa - especially Ethiopia and Uganda - the authors of this volume draw conclusions about economic policy in the aftermath of civil war. A sample of conclusions follows. Civil wars differ from international wars. They are informal. CIVIL WAR, ECONOMIC IMPACT OF (ISSUE).
The economic consequences of the American Civil War ( – ) are largely due to Northern control of the federal government during and for several decades after the War. During the sectional debates over the tariff and the expansion of slavery that characterized the thirty years before the War, the North had been forced to forgo or compromise.
Get this from a library. The transition from war to peace economy. [League of Nations. Economic, Financial, and Transit Department.]. The American economy was caught in transition on the eve of the Civil War.
What had been an almost purely agricultural economy in was in the first stages of an industrial revolution which would result in the United States becoming one of the world's leading industrial powers by The American Civil War was fought from Ap to May 9, between the Union forces and the 11 Southern states that seceded from the Union and formed the Confederate States of America.
Ultimately won by the Union forces, it remains the deadliest battle for the country with estimated deaths betweenand ,The Civil War is one of the most important events in. World peace may seem like an impossible dream.
Not only is it counter to human nature, but there are also many political, economic, and cultural obstacles to overcome. In Transition to Peace>/i>.
develop economic policies condu-cive to peacebuilding and stability the effects of war on the economy, with a view to mitigating the cost to society and improving the prospects for early reconstruction the various challenges of rebuilding post-conflict economies, in ways that promote a successful transition from war to lasting peace and.
Behind every question about how to get the United States back on track and improve the lives of average Americans (the so-called 99 percent) lies the necessity for economic conversion—that is, planning, designing, and implementing a transformation from a war economy to a peace economy.
Historically, this is an effort that would include a changeover from military to civilian work in. What were some of the long term effects of the American Civil War. Most importantly, the Civil War led to the abolishment of slavery. It also prevented the secession of the Southern states, so the.
The Civil War: Goals, Strategies, and Consequences Introduction: We have already learned that slavery played perhaps the major role in bringing about the Civil War. Today, we will continue our discussion of the war by beginning with an understanding of how slavery continues to influence our social, political, and economic.
Adams, John Quincy John Quincy Adams; daguerreotype by Mathew Brady. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Effects of the War of Later scholars have questioned the strategy and tactics of the United States in the War ofthe war’s tangible results, and even the wisdom of commencing it in the first place.
To contemporary Americans, however, the striking naval victories and Jackson. Introduction. Power transition theory is a structural and dynamic approach to world politics. Although due to its focus on power relationships it is sometimes associated with the realist school (see the Oxford Bibliographies article on Realism), it differs in terms of its dynamic description of the international system as well as its focus on the importance of status quo evaluations.
Transition from Civil War to Peace: The Role of the United Nations and International Community in Mozambique Ayokunu Adedokun. Throughout the s, Mozambique was often labelled as an unlikely candidate for sustainable peace and post-war democratization by international aid agencies and donor communities, with persuasive reasons.
From civil war to civil society Though the transition from war to sus-tainable peace is multifaceted and non-linear, we can distinguish the three overlapping phases of making peace, keeping peace and sustaining peace, with each phase requiring a mix of political, security, humanitarian and developmental activities.
Yet, it is difficult to determine. When man returned form war, many women and African Americans lost their homes 2. Prices fell after was since money and supplies wasn't needed for war, and many farmers founded it hard to make there own money 3.
There was also the influenza that spread around the world and killed millions. Eric Foner, the DeWitt Clinton Professor of History at Columbia University, is the author of numerous books on the Civil War and Reconstruction.
His most recent book, The Fiery Trial: Abraham Lincoln and American Slavery (), has received the Pulitzer, Bancroft, and Lincoln Prizes.
THEORIES OF WAR AND PEACE consequences of war, though in recent years there is a growing body of literature on the impact of war “honor” and war, economic causes of civil wars, refugees and war, whether or not war is declining, and “new” wars and “old” wars, to mention but a few topics.
In order to avoid misunderstandings. The English Civil War (–) was a series of civil wars and political machinations between Parliamentarians ("Roundheads") and Royalists ("Cavaliers") principally over the manner of England's governance and part of the wider Wars of the Three first (–) and second (–) wars pitted the supporters of King Charles I against the supporters of the Long.
The reason it was called this was because it was meant to be an economic method utilized during the Civil War, but in reality began before the war and remained in effect after the war until Right away, when the Bolsheviks seized power, Lenin underestimated the problems within the country, not only economically but socially as well.serious concern.
The potential consequences of some of these wars – in terms of their human and economic consequences and their potential impact on the evolution of the international system – alone make them worthy of study. Indeed, some say that the aggressive people of Montenegro might precipitate World War III.journal articles and book chapters with the permission of the publisher.
2 This article uses the term ‘transition’ to encompass the transition from violent conflict to peace, and political transition from a failed state or authoritarian regime to a more democratic system. ‘On the economic consequences of civil war’, Oxford.