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"Unlike Indians, blacks were not outside white society's "borders"; rather they were within what James Madison called the

"Unlike Indians, blacks were not outside white society's "borders"; rather they were within what James Madison called the "bosom" of the republic." Which is the best interpretation of this statement? 

The federal government did not feel it necessary to provide reservations as a place for blacks to live.

Free blacks were able to live wherever they chose.

Southern plantations and the ghettos in the North were acceptable locations for blacks to reside.

The members of the white society were accepting of blacks as their neighbors in residential communities.

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The federal government did not feel it... View the full answer

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