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reconstruction - the South Problems Corruption Internal...

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Reconstruction Overview of important events
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Presidential Reconstruction Andrew Johnson Background Early policies Loyalty oaths Pardons Lincoln-Johnson governments Characteristics Black codes Andrew Johnson, from Wikipedia
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Johnson vs. Radical Republicans Freedman’s Bureau Civil Rights Bill Overturned Dred Scott--birthright citizenship. Preceded 14th amendment Both bills vetoed by AJ; CR bill passed over veto 1866 midterm elections “swing around the circle” Tenure of Office Act Impeachment Failure of removal
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Congressional Reconstruction Military Reconstruction Act Military districts New constitutions, w/ black suffrage New governments must ratify 14th amendment The Republican coalition in the South Carpetbaggers Scalawags Black southerners Interracial democracy
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The Republican Experiment in
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Unformatted text preview: the South Problems Corruption Internal divisions Violent resistance KKK and other political terrorist organizations Achievements Public services and infrastructure Public schools Limits of possibility: Land reform Failure of redistribution Sharecropping The Crop-Lien system SC Legislature, from Library of Congress The End of Reconstruction National Politics: Presidency of U.S. Grant Scandals Liberal Republicans Economic troubles -- Panic of 1873 Redemption in the South Compromise of 1877 Tilden vs. Hayes Waning of Reconstruction 15th amendment Presidency of Ulysses S. Grant Corruption Political terrorism in the South Declining support in the North...
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