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Amy Zhang’s history homework Reading questions for pages 544-555 1. What was Lincoln's stance on the status of the 11 Confederate states? 2. How did Congress' stance compare to that of Lincoln's? 3. Copy down key information from chart on p. 445. 4. How did the life of a freed slave compare to when they were slaves? 5. How did the end of the war affect social status in the South? 6. Why were black codes created? What problems did they create? 7. How did the government address the black codes?
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Amy Zhang’s history homework 8. What controversies resulted from Johnson's plan?
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Unformatted text preview: 9. What did Congress do to Johnson's plan? 10. What effect did Johnson's vetoes have on moderate Republicans? 11. How did Congress reassert itself during the Johnson administration? 12. How did the 14th Amendment almost create an entirely new Constitution? 13. Compare the reaction to the 14th Amendment in the North to the South. Amy Zhang’s history homework 14. What finally gave blacks the right to vote? 15. What effect did the 14th Amendment have on women's rights?...
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