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Chapter 13 Lincoln’s Ten Percent Plan Proposed ten-percent plan for Reconstruction in 1863 To encourage southerners to abandon the Confederacy, Lincoln had issued the Proclamation of Amnesty and Reconstruction on December 8, 1863 President Johnson and Reconstruction After Lincoln’s death, vice president Johnson assumed presidency John was a Democrat, onetime slaveholder, and former US senator from Tennessee John proved ill-suited to the challenges of Reconstruction. He favored a government controlled by white citizens
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