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Ryann Orange 2.1.3 Journal: Reconciliation or Punishment ? Pre-Writing 1. Complete the chart to compare the different Reconstruction plans. (6 points) President Lincoln's Plan President Johnson's Plan Radical Plan Former confederated needed to pledge allegiance to the Union and accept the end to slavery Give suffrage only to black men who had served the Union army, who owned property, or who could read 10 percent of a Southern state’s voters had to take an oath then the state would be allowed to set up a new government Confederate states had to write a new Constitution that banned slavery He wanted to restore the South to the United States without harsh penalties Johnson planned to select governors to lead Southern states who promised to return Southern society to normal Johnson returned this land to its previous owner or gave it to Confederate soldiers which left many of freedmen homeless Johnson freed Confederate prisoners, and he pardoned former Confederate soldiers and leaders for

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