JonesCh15 - CHAPTER 15 IN THE WAKE OF WAR: Reconstruction...

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CHAPTER 15 IN THE WAKE OF WAR: Reconstruction or Restoration IN THE WAKE OF WAR Overview 0.The Struggle over the South Political, Economic, Social 1.The Republican Party Vision and Its Limits 2.Claiming Territory and Native Americans African Americans view Social and economic self-determination Reconstruction Amendments 0. 13 th amendment abolish slavery (1865) 1. 14 th amendment citizenship rights (1865) equal protection clause; confederate states must ratify to be in Union 2. 15 th amendment, black men vote (1869) Postwar Policies 3. Pledges and Oaths 0. The Ten Percent Plan: N ew government for states for 10% pledge of allegiance 1. The Wade-Davis Bill: R equires majority to take loyalty vote 4. The Freedmen’s Bureau (1865-1868) 0. Liason between freed people and southern whites 0. Free labor system with annual contracts Presidential Reconstruction, 1865–1867 0. President Andrew Johnson (Southern Democrat) supported dominant white view of South against equal rights freed people 1. Black codes, states laws passed in South;
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course AAS 033A taught by Professor Ehabal during the Spring '08 term at San Jose State University .

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JonesCh15 - CHAPTER 15 IN THE WAKE OF WAR: Reconstruction...

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