History8b - RADICAL REPUBLICANS 1 Running head: RADICAL...

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RADICAL REPUBLICANS 1 Running head: RADICAL REPUBLICANS Allen Brown February 27, 2010 HIS 103 American History Pre 1877 Radical Republicans The post Civil War reconstruction plan of the Radical Republicans was vastly different than the plan of the President, Andrew Johnson. Andrew Johnson’s plan resembled that of former, and assassinated President Abraham Lincoln. Many feel that Lincoln would have dealt with congress very easily and his plan would have gone into action and worked. Johnson on the other hand was widely considered a push over and his plan was trampled on by congress and the Republicans. The republicans plan for reconstruction revolved heavily around their agenda. The republicans agenda was focused around; protective tariffs, a pro
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RADICAL REPUBLICANS 2 business national banking system, liberal land policies for settlers, and federal aid for railroad development. Their plan for reconstruction included three main factors; revenge, freedom, and politics. (Online Highways , 2001)
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