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TOP: Civil Rights | The North’s Retreat MSC: Remembering 23. The 1873 depression strengthened the North’s resolve to ensure the success of Reconstruction, since the depression really hurt the South’s farmers, highlighting the need for reform in the region. DIF: Moderate REF: p. 474
OBJ: 4. Explain the main factors in both the North and South for the overthrow of Reconstruction. TOP: Economic Development | Political History | The North’s Retreat MSC: Understanding 24. In Mississippi in 1875 and South Carolina in 1876, armed Democrats used violence to prevent African-Americans from voting. DIF: Moderate REF: p. 475
OBJ: 4. Explain the main factors in both the North and South for the overthrow of Reconstruction.
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TOP: Social History | The Triumph of the Redeemers MSC: Remembering 25. As part of the Bargain of 1877, incoming President Grant agreed to stop using troops to protect African-Americans. DIF: Moderate REF: p. 476
OBJ: 4. Explain the main factors in both the North and South for the overthrow of Reconstruction. TOP: Political History | The Disputed Election and Bargain of 1877 MSC: Remembering SHORT ANSWER Identify and give the historical significance of each of the following terms, events, and people in a paragraph or two. 1. Fourteenth Amendment
Answers will vary 2. Ku Klux Klan ANS: Answers will vary 3. Liberal Republicans ANS: Answers will vary 4. Andrew Johnson ANS: Answers will vary 5. sharecropping ANS: Answers will vary 6. black officeholders ANS: Answers will vary 7. Radical Republicans ANS: Answers will vary 8. Black Codes ANS:
Answers will vary 9. Freedmen’s Bureau
Answers will vary 10. Fifteenth Amendment ANS: Answers will vary 11. Redeemers ANS: Answers will vary 12. feminists ANS: Answers will vary ESSAY 1. What did freedom mean for the ex-slaves? Be sure to address economic opportunities, gender roles, religious independence, and family security.
DIF: Moderate OBJ: 1. Identify the visions of freedom the former slaves and slaveholders pursued in the postwar South. TOP: Civil Rights | Economic Development | Political History | Social History | The Meaning of Freedom | Families in Freedom | Church and School | Political Freedom MSC: Applying 2. Why did Radical Republicans believe that Andrew Johnson would support their agenda? Why was Johnson ultimately unable to lend his support to the Civil Rights Act of 1866 or to the Fourteenth Amendment?
DIF: Moderate OBJ: 2. Describe the sources, goals, and competing visions for Reconstruction. TOP: Civil Rights | Constitutional History | Political History | Social History | The Radical Republicans | The Origins of Civil Rights | Andrew Johnson MSC: Analyzing 3. For whites, freedom, no matter how defined, was a given, a birthright to be defended. For African- Americans, it was an open-ended process, a transformation of every aspect of their lives and of the society and culture that had sustained slavery in the first place. Defend this statement.
Answers will vary DIF: Difficult OBJ: 1. Identify the visions of freedom the former slaves and slaveholders pursued in the postwar South.

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