Chapter 4 Review-Bob-Monday

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Chapter 4 Review Monday 1. Which of the following occurred as a result of the Emancipation Proclamation: a.mounting opposition in the North to an "abolition war;” b. sharp increases in Union desertions; c. heavy congressional defeats for Lincoln's administration; d. complaints from abolitionists that it did not go far enough. e. all of these 2. The union army's victory in the capture of what was was probably critical to Lincoln’s re-election in 1864? a. Gettysburg b. Richmond c. Atlanta d. Antietam 3. In order to persuade the Border States to remain in the Union, President Lincoln a.relied solely on moral appeal. b.used only totally legal methods. c.guaranteed that they could keep slavery permanently. d.never had to use troops. e.declared martial law where needed. 4. The North’s greatest strength in the Civil War was its a.ethnic unity. b.military leadership. c.navy. d.high morale. e.economy. 5. The goals of the Ku Klux Klan included all but which of the following: a. "keep blacks in their place,” that is, subservient to whites; b. prevent blacks from voting; c.end radical Reconstruction d.keep white "carpetbaggers" from voting; e.get the 14 th amendment repealed 6. Under congressional Reconstruction, Southern states were required to a. ratify the Fourteenth Amendment b. give freed slaves the right to vote. c. write new constitutions d. all of these 7. As part of their Reconstruction plan, radical Republicans originally expected to a. secure civil rights for freed slaves; b. punish the planter aristocracy; c. restructure Southern society; d. have President Johnson on their side; e. all of these. 8. Radical congressional Reconstruction of the South finally ended when a. Rutherford B. Hayes made a deal to remove the last federal troops from the Southin 1877 b. Grant was elected president c. the 14 th amendment was ratified by all the Southern states d.Congress passed a resolution that officially ended reconstruction 9. Freedom for Southern blacks at the end of the Civil War a. came with relative ease b. enabled large numbers to move to the big cities in the North c. came haltingly and unevenly in different parts of the conquered Confederacy
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d. was achieved without the use of Union soldiers 11. The great achievements of the Freemen’s Bureau were in a. its distribution of land b. education c. the provision of food and clothing d. helping people to find employment e. all of the above 12. In President Andrew Johnson’s view, the Freedmen’s Bureau was a. a valuable agency b. acceptable only because it also helped poor whites c. supported by neither Northerners nor Southerners d. a potential source of Republican patronage jobs e. an agency that should be killed 13. The controversy surrounding the Wade-Davis Bill and the readmission of the Confederate states to the Union demonstrated a. the deep differences between President Lincoln and Congress
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