Johnson vetoed trying to protects AA was discrimination against whites Congress

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Johnson vetoed - trying to protects AA was discrimination against whites … Congress mad Congress overrides the president veto and the civil rights act became law Congress added 14th amendment - citizenship, equal protection, bill of rights in all states Congress passed reconstruction acts - divided the south into five military districts - new governments needed to let the blacks have a say and incorporate the fourteenth amendment 1868 election - Grant wins 15th amendment - allowed black suffrage - gives more voters to help republicans Former slaves began to use their rights - held office, voted, were a large part of the population Most blacks were republican, which led to the domination of the Republican Party Having AA office holders was a HUGE step forward Republican system failed in the south It did however make schools and a government free of segregation for the most part There were taxes that needed to be paid - Americans hate taxes - republicans unpopular White southerners could not accept the blacks Klu klux klan - targeted republicans and blacks to intimidate them from voting Fewer black men voted, causing the white democrats to take back over Redeemers - brought south back from northern republican corruption and black rule Economic depression in 1873 - northerners lost the stomach to fight for the blacks This caused the Democrats to return to power Important election - Tilden vs Hayes 1876 Electoral votes didn’t work, congress didn’t work, biased opinions in choosers, HAYES wins the election Hayes agreed to stop meddling in southern affair and make the railroad no more federal troops in southern states - south went back to how it was - bargain of 1877 FAILED RECONSTRUCTION - Jim Crow Laws, states prohibited blacks from doing things Largest amount of Democrats ever Mystery document - Black codes - shows how unwilling the whites are to allow slaves Crash Course 23 American industrialization post civil war GDL - geography demography and law IS was a huge country with all resources necessary for a boom - had food to feed nation American country had a population boom - a lot of immigrants Good for economy’s
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Flooded cities as America moved towards a industrial urban nation Law - constitution and commerce clause made the us a giant customs union of commerce Protects patents - innovation American gov put high tariffs on steel, putting NA on reservations , massive land grants US seen as Europeans as a growing economy 1890 - most Americans worked for wages and in factories Produced most of the worlds industrial things Railroads Key to industrial success Produced commerce and integrated American market Gave us time zones Possible to ship things across the country First modern corporations - needed a lot of capital so they sold shared Wouldn’t exist without the government Captains of Industry Vanderbilt - railroads ;
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