President Abraham Lincolns ten percent plan for the South referred to a The

President abraham lincolns ten percent plan for the

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7.President Abraham Lincoln’s “ten percent” plan for the South referred to a.The area of land in each state that should be reserved for former slaves.b.The ratio of federal to state money to be spent in rebuilding the Southern economy.c.The ratio of federal troops to freed slaves in each Southern state.
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d.The percentage of freed slaves who must be given the vote before setting up a state government.e.The number of white voters required to take loyalty oaths before setting up a state government. 8.The Wade-Davis Bill 9.The story of the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln 10. As president, Andrew Johnson 11. In the 1860s, Black Codes were a.Holdovers from the antebellum era that were repealed by Southern state governments.b.Passed by Congress to govern former Confederate states.c.Enacted by the Freedmen’s Bureau to give freed blacks voting rights.d.Vetoed by President Andrew Johnson.e.Designed to give whites control over freedmen.
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