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where they rented. During the same period, the number of African Americans who owned land rose from virtually none to more than 20%. ReconstructionWhile many criticized southern governments for corruption during reconstruction, others acknowledged that corruptionWas related to expansion of government services during the period, was just as bad in the north, persisted after reconstruction ended. Crop-lien system Which of the following best described how the crop-lien system affected the southern agricultural economy? Southern farmers became dependent on cash cropsReconstruction planLincoln’s reconstruction plan called for 10% of a state’s white males to pledge loyalty; the wade-Davis bill needed More than 50% Compromise of 1877In order to accept Hayes as president, southern democrats required all of the following concessions except
As the price of their cooperation, the southern democrats exacted several pledged from the republicans in additions to withdrawal of the troop: the appointment of at least one southerner
Which of the following was not a belief that northerners had about how to reintegrate the southinto the union?
In their stead emerged a new system of credit, centered in large part on local country stores, some of them owned by planters, others by independent merchants. Blacks and whites, landowners and tenants all depended on these stores for such necessities as food, clothing, seed, and farm implements. And since farmers did not have the same steady cash flow as other workers, customers usually had to rely on credit from these merchants in order to purchase what they needed.Reconstruction Under the radical reconstruction bills of 1867, states seeking readmission to the union were required to Give adult black males the right to voteIndustrialization and the new southWhite southerners romanticized the Old south throughMinstrel showsNew system of creditWhich of the following best described the credit system used by southern farmers after the civil war?Most local stores had no competition. As a result, they were able to set interest rates as high as 50 or 60 %. Farmers had to give the merchants a lien (or claim) on their crops as a collateral for the loans (thus the term “crop-lien system”). Farmers who suffered a few bad years in a row, as often happened, could become trapped in a cycle of debt from which they could never escape.

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