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9 Cards in this Set

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Problems facing Post Civil War
-political re-entry of formerlly rebelious states
-economic depression
-educating and support of freedom
Linolns 10% Plan
-amnesty to Confederates taking loyalty oaths
-if 10% of voters oath, statehood would be re-established
-major goal: to strengthen Republican Party
Wade Davis Bill
- majority of white male citizens would have to take oath of loyalty
-state constitutional convention to abolish slavery and repudiate succession
-pocket veto by Lincoln
Wade Davis Manifesto
-battle between executive and legislative
Freedom Bureau
-confiscated lands of white males
-formed contracts between laborers and plantation owners for wages
-gave some lands to blacks
-created schools and banks
Johnson's Plan for Reconstruction
-Amnesty plan excluded large plantation owners, had to get special permission
-13th Ammendment woudl have to be approved by states, as well as repudiate succession
-viewed too soft on the south by radical republicans
Southern Reaction to Reconstruction
- former confederate officials elected to public office when eligible
-resentment of Freedom's Bureau and occupying troops
-during this time, BLACK CODES, Jim Crow Laws began to be passed
Congressional Reconstruction
-civil rights of 1865 defined citizenship and outlawed discrimination on basis of race
-14th amm, providing due process of law and apply Bill of Rights to state gov
-Johnson opposed
-motives of the radicals
How many military districts did the south divide into?