1. Which statement best describes the main political goal of the scalawags?
-They wanted to ensure that the Democratic Party returned to power in the South.
-They wanted to rebuild Southern states in cooperation with Republican reformers.
-They wanted to renew the struggle for states' rights even after the Civil War was over.
-They wanted to prevent African Americans in the South from exercising their voting rights
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I would say ''C''.
Thanks. Can you help me out with this one?
Which statement explains the reason for the rise of the sharecropping system that developed in the South in the late 19th century?
Because most former slaves lacked advanced agricultural skills, Southern farmers created a way to train emancipated slaves without having to pay them.
Because of widespread destruction of land after the war, most farms in the South had greatly reduced in size and the need for labor had diminished.
New laws forced former slave owners in the South to provide shelter and employment for newly emancipated slaves.
Emancipation left Southern farmers with a labor shortage, but they lacked the capital to hire wage workers on their farms.
And this one.
Leaders of the Southern states that seceded from the Union were most concerned about which of these problems?
the loss of states' rights to control their own laws
the power of the abolition movement to influence Southern landholders
the use of tax money to purchase large new territories in the West
the unwillingness of army leaders to remove Native Americans from the Southeast