Disputes over the Election of 1876 were resolved by the Compromise of 1877 in

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14. Disputes over the Election of 1876 were resolved by the Compromise of 1877, in which:A.Rutherford B. Hayes became president because Republicans agreed to withdraw troops from southern states.B.Samuel Tilden, the Democrat, became president because he received a majority of the popular vote.C.the election results were sent to the Supreme Court for adjudication.D.Democrats gained the presidency in exchange for granting Republicans control of most state governments in the South.15. Reconstruction should be understood in all of the following ways EXCEPT:Practice Test1. The Tenure of Office Act:2. The Fifteenth Amendment dealt with the issue of:3. Which faction of the Republican Party wanted Reconstruction to punish the former Confederacy, disenfranchise large numbers of southern whites, and confiscate the propertyof leading Confederates?A.moderatesB.conservativesC.RedeemersD.ScalybaggersE.Radicals4. In 1868, President Andrew Johnson was impeached because he:
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5. Which of the following Reconstruction Acts is not properly matched with its conditions?
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  • Abraham Lincoln, American Civil War, Ulysses S. Grant, Reconstruction era of the United States, southern states, President Andrew Johnson

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