Question by Molly: How was the First Battle of Bull Run during the Civil War historically significant?
I’m just doing a project and I’m a little stuck.
Answer by Jack P
The first Battle of Bull Run was historically significant because it established in the minds of the observers who trekked out from Washington in their Sunday best to watch it that the war probably wasn’t going to be as short as they previously believed.
The Battle of Bull Run was fought between the Confederates and Non-Confederates and was generally appraised as a victory for the Confederates by experts on both sides.
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Question by Jesus and Muhammad are Lovers: Historically do the wealthy Republicans always call workers who demand proper compensation?
For instance when the West Virginia Mine War of 1912-1913 occurred the mine owners made political posters which called the Miners who where for unions “Bolsheviks”
So does that mean that if a worker is demanding better pay, and benefits they must be communists?
Answer by Culture Vulture
Yes, they do and they don’t even know what’ they’re talking about..
…that is, at least until they themselves become disabled or too ill to work.
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