The Wade Davis Bill A essentially followed President Lincolns Reconstruction

The wade davis bill a essentially followed president

This preview shows page 2 - 5 out of 18 pages.

8. The Wade-Davis Bill A. essentially followed President Lincoln’s Reconstruction plans. B. was criticized by Conservative Republicans for being too mild. C. called for the disenfranchisement of leading Confederates. D. denied reentry into the Union by former Confederate states for ten years. E. quickly became the law of the land. Answer: C Page: 347 9. The assassination of President Abraham Lincoln Page: 347
TB-15 | 3 10. As president, Andrew Johnson Page: 350 11. In the 1860s, the Black Codes were Page: 351 12. The Fourteenth Amendment A. ended slavery throughout the United States. B. gave voting rights to all male Americans. C. gave citizenship rights to all people born in the United States. D. was ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court. E. was written in such a way as to appease the woman’s suffrage movement. Answer: C Page: 351 13. In 1867, congressional plans for Reconstruction Page: 352 14. The Fifteenth Amendment dealt with the issue of Page: 352
TB-15 | 4

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture