Together, the Black Codes and actions of the Ku Klux Klan
protected the rights of formerly enslaved people
inspired most people to accept the new ways of life
helped improve life in the Reconstruction-era South
prevented the exercising of rights in the Civil War Amendments
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Well, as we all know, the Black Codes and KKK were NOT good. They clearly didn't protect the rights of formerly enslaved people. The new way of life was freedom, which they didn't inspire people to live by, as they were denying freedom from blacks. Definitely didn't improve life in the South. Therefore, the clear answer is it prevented the exercising of rights in the Civil War Amendments, which were the right to vote, citizenship, and freedom from slavery
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