ANS T DIF Moderate REF p 448 OBJ 1 Identify the visions of freedom the former

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ANS:TDIF:ModerateREF:p. 448OBJ:1. Identify the visions of freedom the former slaves and slaveholders pursued in the postwar South. TOP:Cultural History | Political History | Church and SchoolMSC: Remembering3.Right after the Civil War, ex-slaves did not care about the right to vote.ANS:FDIF:ModerateREF:p. 448OBJ:1. Identify the visions of freedom the former slaves and slaveholders pursued in the postwar 4.The Freedmen’s Bureau resembled some government social policies that would be used during the New Deal of the 1930s.ANS:TDIF:ModerateREF:p. 451OBJ:1. Identify the visions of freedom the former slaves and slaveholders pursued in the postwar 5.Because of land redistribution, the vast majority of rural freedmen and freedwomen prospered during Reconstruction.ANS:FDIF:EasyREF:pp. 452–453OBJ:1. Identify the visions of freedom the former slaves and slaveholders pursued in the postwar 6.By the mid-1870s, white farmers were cultivating as much as 80 percent of the region’s cotton crop.ANS:FDIF:ModerateREF:p. 453OBJ:1. Identify the visions of freedom the former slaves and slaveholders pursued in the postwar South. TOP:Economic Development | Social History | The White FarmerMSC: Remembering7.Economic growth in the South was stronger in rural areas than in urban centers like Atlanta.ANS:FDIF:ModerateREF:p. 561OBJ:1. Identify the visions of freedom the former slaves and slaveholders pursued in the postwar 8.Compared to rebels in the rest of world history’s civil wars, the rebels of the defeated Confederacy were treated very harshly.ANS:FDIF:EasyREF:p. 460OBJ:2. Describe the sources, goals, and competing visions for Reconstruction.9.Thaddeus Stevens’s most cherished aim was to confiscate the land of disloyal planters and divide it among former slaves and northern migrants to the South.
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ANS:TDIF:ModerateREF:p. 460OBJ:2. Describe the sources, goals, and competing visions for Reconstruction.10.The Civil Rights Act of 1866 became the first major law in American history to be passed over a presidential veto.ANS:TDIF:ModerateREF:p. 461OBJ:2. Describe the sources, goals, and competing visions for Reconstruction.TOP:Civil Rights | Political History | The Origins of Civil RightsMSC: Remembering11.With the passage of the Fourteenth Amendment, all people born in the United States were automatically citizens.ANS:TDIF:ModerateREF:p. 461OBJ:2. Describe the sources, goals, and competing visions for Reconstruction.12.The Senate, following the House’s impeachment vote, removed Andrew Johnson from office.
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