anonymous
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Which are examples of ways some southern whites kept blacks from getting justice during Reconstruction? Choose all answers that are correct. A. They repealed discriminatory black codes. B. They refused to build schools for blacks. C. They passed the 14th Amendment. D. They formed hate groups to spread terror.
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anonymous
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@mathway @MasonP
anonymous
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I think A & C
anonymous
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I mostly think it's A.

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anonymous
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OK, another one
anonymous
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How did many southern whites view Reconstruction? A. They welcomed Northerners as long lost friends. B. They felt that Northerners had saved the South from ruin. C. They hated being occupied and controlled by Northerners. D. They saw Northerners as new customers and clients.
anonymous
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C. They hated being occupied and controlled by Northerners.
anonymous
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I think C, yeah
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anonymous
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Which was a means the federal government used to safeguard blacks' civil rights during congressional Reconstruction? A. appointing Redeemer Democrats to oversee elections B. forbidding former slaveowners from holding public office C. sending soldiers to the South to enforce antidiscrimination laws D. encouraging southern land owners to hire black sharecroppers
anonymous
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C. sending soldiers to the South to enforce antidiscrimination laws" was a way in which the federal government safeguarded blacks' civil rights during congressional Reconstruction
anonymous
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Sure?
anonymous
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Yep
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OK
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anonymous
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Not sure how I remember all these things lol I studied Reconstruction era years ago
anonymous
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How did the 14th Amendment weaken the power of the states? A. It repealed the provisions of the 13th Amendment. B. It removed judges from the legislative branch of state governments. C. It allowed the president to impeach state governors. D. It made the federal government the protector of individual rights.
anonymous
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D. It made the federal government the protector of individual rights.
anonymous
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Which was a policy of the Freedman's Bureau? A. start schools in the South for former slaves B. repatriate freed slaves to the colony of Liberia C. reimburse white slaveholders for lost property D. turn over all white-owned property to free blacks
anonymous
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A?
anonymous
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You know, I suggest just looking up the answers and using the process of elimination since some of the answers are pretty obvious... If you read/study.
anonymous
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You don't know this one?
anonymous
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I do. But I'm willing to help if you're willing to do some studying.
anonymous
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Of course I am studying. I am saying the option I think that is correct and then add a question mark next to it to make sure
anonymous
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I am just assuring
anonymous
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For the last other questions, you haven't been. But I'm not doubting your studying abilities.
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Hi @iiAriana, Can you help me?

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