US History From 1865 to Present

To humiliate blacks and give poor whites status not

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Why did Southern statutes call for “separate but equal” facilities? To humiliate Blacks and give poor whites status; not economical system; keeping Blacks in their place What happened in baseball in the years after Reconstruction ended? --1880s: integrating Indians, segregating blacks; first no blacks in minors, then in majors --1920s: rise of Negro leagues --Jackie Robinson first to be signed to majors What was the impact of the Jim Crow system on poor Whites in the South? --Gave a one-up on blacks; upped their status; How and when did the South’s explanation for the Civil War change? What were the myths about race the South developed in the decades after
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Reconstruction? Blacks were rapists, savages, dangerous; Males were for protection What were the results of these myths? --Women bought into myths; confined to the house --In North women were leaving house, engaging in movements, reforms --See “lynching” Explain why the North ultimately failed to intervene in the South in the years after Reconstruction. Discuss any effort made to outlaw lunching, and explain why it failed.
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