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makes all blacks citizens. 2. Public Services: increased for all citizens, free education, federal approach that was originally local. 3. Civil Rights Acts of 1866 -- Black Codes: body of legislation designed to block voting by blacks, apprehended unemployed blacks, blacks weren’t allowed to have land, work anywhere that is plantation. Have to pass literacy test. 15 th amendment, override discriminating laws. B. White Resistance: especially after 1870s. 1. Ku Klux Klan: 1867, forms, most powerful and long live, which fight the republican. Murders are committed in their names. 2. Lynchings: These things continued. Produced as a postcard. Influencing judges. Mob rule. 3. “Redemption”: To emphasize of quick regaining of the control of the congress. C. Economic Recovery Problems: 1. Carpetbaggers: Northern whites who disporptionality influences south whites. 2. Debt to North: not with industry 3. Over-reliance on Cotton: has difficult time creating new crops. VII. Who Are We Now?: Some Results of the Civil War A. Total War: 1 st for U.S. B. Long-Lived Division: blow to the ego of the US, City on a hill is derailed and nobody is not affected by. 360,000 union soldiers, 265000, confederate soldiers. 1 person dead for every 5000. Still exists today the way Yankees think about Southerns. C. Changed Attitude Toward the Union: Seen in Lincoln’s pieces, stops talking about the union and more about the nation. Nation is one thing the
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union is more parts. United State is great afterwards the United States is great.
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