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Reconstruction%208-27(2) - 1871 • KKK successfully curbed...

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Reconstruction A Very Brief Version
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13 th th Amendments 13 th Amendment Abolished Slavery 14 th Amendment Civil Rights Bill
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15 th Amendment Addressed Suffrage Loopholes Widespread Disenfranchisement
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Supposed to help ex- slaves survive Sometimes corrupt Freedmen’s Bureau (1865)
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Later Reconstruction Johnson’s Plan Radical Reconstruction 5 military districts Large-scale disenfranchisement 13 th th Amendments Guarantee black suffrage Did not want fed gov responsible for black rights
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Results of Radical Reconstruction Hypocritical Suffrage Policy Temporary Gains Corruption
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Ku Klux Klan Force Acts of 1870 &
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Unformatted text preview: 1871 • KKK successfully curbed Trouble in the South Plessy v. Ferguson • Cap to the failure of Reconstruction • “Separate but equal” facilities • Applied to schools & public places Principal Reconstruction Proposals • 1864-65: Lincoln’s 10% plan • 1865: 13th Amendment • 1865-66: Johnson’s version of Lincoln’s proposal • 1866-67: Congressional plan: 10% plan with 14th Amendment • 1867-77: Military Reconstruction (Congress): 14th Amendment plus black suffrage later established nationwide by 15th Amendment . • Compromise of 1876: ends Reconstruction...
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