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Race in the “New South” Describe some of the ways in which African Americans were marginalized in Southern society during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Discuss the alternative paths of accommodation and resistance that black leaders proposed in response to their position in Southern society.
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Reconstruction Amendments 13 th Amendment Outlawed Slavery/Involuntary Servitude 14 th Amendment No states shall abridge privileges of citizens – life, liberty, property – without due process Equal protection of the laws for all 15 th Amendment Right to vote cannot be denied on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude
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Legacies of Reconstruction Positive Achievements Union Slavery Abolished Black Institutions and Agency Constitutional Amendment Structure Limitations that Remained African American lack of property States don’t support black rights Economic Backwardness of Region Racism
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Race & Late 19 th
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