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RECONSTRUCTION I. LOUISIANA AFTER THE CIVIL WAR II. PRESIDENTIAL RECONSTRUCTION  A. LINCOLN’S 10 % PLAN a. State could be reintegrated to union when 10 percent of the vote  count from that state had taken an oath of allegiance to the U.S. and  pledged to abide by emancipation b. State legislature could write a new constitution i. Had to abolish slavery forever B. JOHNSON TAKES OVER C. SOUTHERN RESPONSE III. NEW ORLEANS RIOT OF 1866 a. Outside of the mechanics institute  b. During Louisiana Constitutional Convention i. Reconvened after the previous gave blacks more freedom but did  not give black men the right to vote 1. illegal c. Angered by enactment of Black Codes i. Refusal to give black men the right to vote d. Led to Republican party taking control of house or reps and senate IV. RADICAL RECONSTRUCTION  A. RECONSTRUCTION ACT OF 1867 a. Organized south into 5 military districts
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b. Each state had to have a military leader (marshall law)
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