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In the north, the economy was based on manufacturing goods for trade in big cities, which caused urbanization.
Immigrants and people from rural areas came into the cities and worked in the factories to produce goods.
Even though they were free, African Americans in the north faced discrimination and lacked equal rights.
The southern economy was based on growing and selling cash crops on plantations, such as cotton and rice.
Labor on southern plantations was done entirely by slaves, who were kept in large numbers and in bad conditions.
Free African Americans in the south were denied most basic rights and limited to the most menial work.
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