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90. Which of the following developments most immediately followed the writing of these excerpts? [POL; Causation] a. Congress passing several amendments to assist former slaves. b. President Johnson calling for northern revenge on the South. c. Ex-Confederate generals agreeing that secession was illegal. d. Southern states passing legislation that limited black liberties.
91. The statements of both sources share the same goal of: [NAT, POL; Comparison]
92. Radical Republicans would agree with the positions of the first source by: [NAT, POL; Contextualization]
93. “Redeemers” would agree with the positions of the second source by: [NAT, POL; Contextualization]
94. The ideas expressed by the first source are most consistent with which of the following? [NAT, POL, WXT; Interpretation] a. The role of the church in the black community was central, as African-Americans formed their own congregations. b. The black family maintained equality within the household, as both husband and wife labored and tended to the children. c. The social mobility of blacks was dependent upon their own level of expertise they could offer to future employers. d. The economic stability of the freedmen was dependent upon the past working relationship with their former master.
95. The quotation “no skill in mechanic arts”, as stated in the second source, would have been most directly challenged by: [WXT; Contextualization]
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Source 38--Speech, Representative G.W. Woodward (D-Pa.), February 20, 1869 The reasons for setting aside the Negro are stronger and better than those which apply to females. Between him and the white man there is an ineradicable distinction that must forever prevent that free intercourse on which alone popular suffrage can be based. That distinction, if it be not inflamed into hostility by bad legislation, does not prevent the two races from dwelling together harmoniously in the same community, assisting each other in the labors and the charities of life, and contributing to their mutual welfare. But when you attempt by force...you indulge the passions of both parties and destroy the harmony of their relations.

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