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Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: The Problems of Peacemaking 56. President Johnson’s plans for Reconstruction for the most p art resembled the Wade-Davis Bill.
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: The Problems of Peacemaking
57. President Johnson vetoed both the Freedmen’s Bureau and the Civil Rights Act of 1866.
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: The Problems of Peacemaking 58. The congressional elections of 1866 resulted in a resounding victory for the Republicans.
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: Radical Reconstruction 59. President Johnson was impeached, but not convicted.
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: Radical Reconstruction 60. “Scalawags” were Southerners who moved north after the Civil War.
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: The South in Reconstruction 61. In the South as a whole, the percentage of black officeholders during Reconstruction was always far lower than the percentage of blacks in the population.
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: The South in Reconstruction 62. The most ambitious goal of the Radical Republicans was to reform landownership in the South.
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: The South in Reconstruction 63. Despite defeat in the Civil War, white landownership actually increased during Reconstruction.
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: The South in Reconstruction 64. As sharecroppers, the black labor force in the South worked hours that were just as long as had been the case under slavery.
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: The South in Reconstruction 65. Without the support of black voters in 1868, Ulysses S. Grant would have had only a minority of the popular vote.
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: The South in Reconstruction 66. “Seward’s Folly” refers to a financial scandal involving Grant’s secretary of state, William Seward.
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: The Grant Administration
67. Grant’s response to bad economic times was to approve plans to increase the amount of money in circulation.
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: The Grant Administration 68. The Democratic presidential candidate in 1876 won a majority of the popular vote, but he did not win the presidency.
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: The Abandonment of Reconstruction 69. African Americans were able to work in all types of industry in the South.
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: The New South 70. Booker T. Washington argued that blacks should concentrate on self-improvement before political rights.
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: The New South 71. Segregation of the races in the late nineteenth-century South resulted in declining violence against blacks.

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