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Which of the following caused conflict among some members of the Republican party? ( 2 points) Choose one answer. a. African Americans who were voting Democrat b. use of poll taxes to determine eligibility to vote c. raising taxes to pay for Reconstruction d. extending the right to vote to African Americans
which do u think it is?
I'm pretty sure it's extending the right to vote African Americans
i thought it was b, because radical republicans didn't want to support the south
What time period are we studying??
us history during the 1890's is
This quote is from Lincoln Steffen's 1904 book The Shame of the Cities. In this excerpt, Steffens describes a speech given by a corrupt Philadelphia official who was trying to counter charges that his ward was "low down": "[The orator] reminded his hearers that his was the ward of Independence Hall, and naming over signers of the Declaration of Independence, he closed his highest flight of eloquence with the statement that 'these men, the fathers of American liberty, voted down here once. And,' he added, with a catching grin, 'they vote here yet."" Which statement expresses the irony of this particular kind of corruption to the democratic process? (3 points) Choose one answer. a. The founders of American democracy would not have expected corruption in Philadelphia. b. The descendants of the founders of American democracy were the leaders of corrupt political machines. c. The voters cast their ballots in a building called Independence Hall but they were not free to make their own decisions. d. The men who once stood for democratic ideals and fair government now support corrupt political machines.
i know it isn't c
I'm not sure, but "d" and "b" sounds like a unreasonable answers.
Same goes to C.
But why did you choose "b" in the first place?