The Civil War and Reconstructio2

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The Civil War and Reconstruction Lincoln’s leadership and end of slavery Johnson continued in office until his term expired in 1869, but Congress had established  an ascendancy that would endure for the rest of the century.  The Republican victor in  the presidential election of 1868, former Union general Ulysses S. Grant, would enforce  the reconstruction policies the Radicals had initiated. By June 1868, Congress had readmitted the majority of the former Confederate states  back into the Union. In many of these reconstructed states, the majority of the  governors, representatives, and senators were Northern men – so-called carpetbaggers  – who had gone South after the war to make their political fortunes, often in alliance with 
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