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Readings for Test #2 Retrieving the American Past (black book) p. 150 (The Attack on Slavery to 161; p. 251-293. The following terms should be noted: Abolitionist: antislavery movement, involved both whites and free blacks. Many whites Emancipation Proclamation: president Lincoln issued this, in 1863 this document created hope in slaves in the south, but many union soldiers resigned rather than participated in this document to free slaves. It freed slaves only in confederacy, in which the president had no control Reconstruction Act of 1867: put each southern state under a military governor until a new state constitution could be written, with blacks participating fully in the process. 13, : nor slavery or invuntay solitude shoukd exist in the united states 14: if you are a born citizen of the u.s no state can take that away and you have all the rights of a American citizen and 15th Amendments:the 15 th admendment was ratified, prohibiting the denial of the right to vote on the grounds of race color , or previous
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