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i know 20 is b becuse it it the only one that makes sence
are you sure? and do you know the other 2?
im 99.9% sure becuse c and d wase mean to then and the church was there highst athorathy were they got respect.
ok do you know the other 2?
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I think #19 is D. But Im not sure.
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@ClawTalon and @Hail CAN YOU GUYS PLEASE HELP ME?
What you need help with?
14. Opponents of Reconstruction I. supported dissident Republican factions. II. used vigilante efforts to reduce black votes. III. launched publicity campaigns to demean the new state constitutions. (5 points) A. I and II B. I and III C. III D.I, II, and III E.None of the above 19. It led to the adoption of legislation that guaranteed the civil rights of all Americans. (5 points) A. A large part of the women's rights movement did not believe that a constitutional amendment was necessary in order to gain the vote. B. Half of the movement advocated focusing on the rights of black women, while the other half emphasized that first priority should be on the rights of black men. C. Some advocates of women's rights refused to support black suffrage without attendant woman suffrage. D. The women's rights movement had always avoided the debate over slavery, and many now feared being drawn into the new debate over black rights. E.The leaders of the women's rights movement were racists who believed that black suffrage was a mistake. 20. The main pillar of authority in the Southern black community after the Civil War was most likely the (5 points) A. local public schoolteacher. B. minister of the black church. C. local justice of the peace. D.head of the county Democratic Party. E.carpetbagger.
I don't know. : /
guess: 14) b 19)c 20)b
pretty sure, but it's been a while since I've done that stuff.
@AwkwardsWhatIAmFor saya 19 is D which is right c or d
how would avoiding the discussion of black rights lead to them getting rights? that's why I chose c/
c says that the people wanted womens rights AND black rights