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At the end of the Civil War, many white Southerners
still believed that their view of secession was correct
The white South viewed the Freedmen's Bureau as
a meddlesome federal agency that threatened to upset white racial dominance
The controversy surrounding the Wade Davis Bill and the readmission of the Confederate states to the Union demonstrated
the deep differences between President Lincoln and Congress
In his 10 percent plan for Reconstruction, President Lincoln promised
rapid readmission of Southern states into the Union
That the Southern states were conquered provinces and therefore at the mercy of Congress for readmission to the Union was the view of
For congressional Republicans, one of the most troubling aspects of the Southern states' restoration to the Union was that
the South would be stronger than ever in national politics
The incident that caused the clash between Congress and President Johnson to explode into the open was
Johnson's veto of the bill to extend the Freedmen's Bureau
The basis of the battle between Congress and President Andrew Johnson was
Johnson's 10 percent governments that had passed severe Black Codes
Radical congressional Reconstruction of the South finally ended when
the last federal troops were removed in 1877
Many feminist leaders were disappointed with the Fourteenth Amendment because it
failed to give women the right to vote
During Reconstruction, African American women assumed new political roles which included all of the following except
The goals of the Ku Klux Klan included all of the following except to
support efforts to pass the Force Acts of 1870 and 1871 which would force blacks away from the polls
All of the following were reasons the Senate voted to acquit President Andrew Jackson except
Johnson promised to step down as President
Reconstruction might have been more successful if
Thaddeus Stevens's radical program of drastic economic reforms and stronger protection of political rights had been enacted
Congress objected to the readmission of Southern states to the Union under Johnson's plan because
Congressional Reconstruction hoped to provide basic rights and protection for the former slaves in the South through the
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