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Chapter 15 / Exercise 15.50
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UNIT 9 DISTRICT ASSESSMENT STUDY GUIDEComplete the following chart for #1-3Complete the table below by correctly filling in the blank in the title row explaining laws passed by southern states after the Civil War that LIMITED (regulated) the activities of former slaves.1.Whatwas the primary issue of disagreement between the Radical Republicans who ran Congress and President Lincoln?2.According to whose plan would a southern state be readmitted to the Union once one-tenth of its voters swore an oath of allegiance to the flag?3.What was this plan answer to #5 above) called?4.Whose plan for Reconstruction put southern states under military governments until the 14thand 15thamendments were ratified?5.Who was, most likely, was responsible for the picture below and other suchendeavors to help former slaves acclimate to freedom?6.Complete the table below by correctly filling in the blank in the title row explaining laws passed by southern states after the Civil War that LIMITED (regulated) the activities of former slaves.CONSTITUTIONALAMENDMENTPROVISION13thAmendment1.14thAmendment2.15thAmendment3.
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Some Southerners formed groups that supported racial and political violence.Some Southerners passed state laws aimed at denying African Americans' right to vote.SOME COMMON ELEMENTS OF_______________________________

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