A. Was the Anaconda Plan a viable strategic option? Why or why not?/B. Should the South have been more or less aggressive in its military policies?/C. Could the North have pursued a more effective strategy?D. Militarily, how might the South have won the war?

A. Was the Anaconda Plan a viable strategic option? Why or why not?/B. Should the South have been more or less aggressive in its military policies?/C. Could the North have pursued a more effective strategy?D. Militarily, how might the South have won the war?
answer ALL the questions below with a minimum 500 words
**USE THE FOLLOWING BOOK LISTED: Text: Norton, Mary Beth et. al. A People and A Nation, Vol. I, to 1877. Advantage (9th) edition. Boston: Wadsworth (Cengage Learning), 2012. Print copy ISBN: 978-0-495-91525-6 (9th edition). IT HAS A BLACK LADY ON THE COVER
***please read CHAPTER 15 ONLY Titled-**Transforming Fire: The Civil War, 1861-1865**
Please make sure to use the right edition book otherwise the intext citations page numbers will NOT match up.
ANACONDA PLAN
A. Was the Anaconda Plan a viable strategic option? Why or why not?
B. Should the South have been more or less aggressive in its military policies?
C. Could the North have pursued a more effective strategy?
D. Militarily, how might the South have won the war?
**Use the book as a source AND another SCHOLARLY article for the second source. Do NOT use OPINION, SUPPORT your evidence, Works cited page needed< and in MLA format, with IN-text citation