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12. Bourbons: a. were the leaders of the Republican party in the South after Reconstruction b. opposed the growth of industry and business in the New South c. oft en favored convict leasing d. generally honored state debts incurred during Reconstruction e. were an influential family in Kentucky who were determined to maintain the status quo of the Old South
____ 13. Under Bourbon rule in the South, state spending for public education:
____ 14. Perhaps the ultimate paradox of the Bourbons’ rule was that their paragons of white supremacy tolerated:
____ 15. Jim Crow laws:
____ 16. The Mississippi plan of disenfranchisement included all the following EXCEPT a: a. residency requirement b. provision disqualifying anyone who owned less than $300 in personal property c. provision disqualifying those who had not paid their poll taxes d. literacy requirement e. an “understanding” clause
____ 17. Between 1896 and 1915, what did southern states adopt to gain complete control of elections and to further disenfranchise blacks?
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e. strict voter rolls from the census data ____ 18. The case of Plessy v. Ferguson involved a challenge to segregation laws that applied to:
____ 19. In the case of Plessy v. Ferguson , the Supreme Court:
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