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Which explains why Senator Edmund Ross voted not guilty in Andrew Johnson's impeachment trial?
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A. He knew that he would lose reelection if he voted to convict the president. B. He did not believe presidents should ever be impeached, regardless of the law. C. He had received a large campaign contribution form Johnson's party. D. He genuinely felt that Johnson was innocent of any impeachable offense.
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Which resulted from Andrew Johnson's acquittal in his Senate impeachment trial? A. The balance of power among the three branches of government was preserved. B. The legislative branch became more powerful than the executive branch. C. The executive branch became more powerful than the legislative branch. D. The judicial branch became the most powerful branch of government.
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oh
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The judicial branch became the most powerful branch of government.
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because they were judging the persident
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Which was a legal tactic used by whites in the post-Reconstruction South to deny blacks their voting rights? A. public opinion poll B. poll tax C. bribery D. lynching
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is it D???
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poll tax
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Which describes President Abraham Lincoln's approach to Reconstruction? A. deport leading Confederate generals and politicians B. reunite the nation with as little pain as possible C. force southern states to pay the entire cost of the war D. give all political power in the South to freed slaves
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b
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How did some southern whites deny justice to blacks during Reconstruction? Choose all answers that are correct. A. They passed laws restricting black voting and land ownership. B. They forced black children to attend integrated schools in white neighborhoods. C. They passed the 13th Amendment denying citizenship to blacks. D. They allowed groups such as the Ku Klux Klan to terrorize blacks.
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not B
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which isn't b???
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How did some southern whites deny justice to blacks during Reconstruction?
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oh.. so the answer is a, c, and d?
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not D the kkk came later
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it should be A
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its a multi choice
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then might be A,D
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Which term refers to a Southerner who cooperated with northern authorities during Reconstruction? A. scalawag B. secessionist C. nativist D. radical
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scalawag
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two more
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Which was a means the federal government used to safeguard blacks' civil rights during congressional Reconstruction? A. encouraging southern land owners to hire black sharecroppers B. forbidding former slaveowners from holding public office C. sending soldiers to the South to enforce antidiscrimination laws D. appointing Redeemer Democrats to oversee elections
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everything besides secessionist?
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How????????????????
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i just did not know what it meant
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I am gonna guess scalawag
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here is for Which was a means the federal government used to safeguard blacks' civil rights during congressional Reconstruction? http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/disp_textbook.cfm?smtid=2&psid=3103
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is the answer C?
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@buckfever is the answer C?
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yes
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In which way did the 14th Amendment change the balance of power in the United States? A. Congress gained the power to veto state laws. B. The federal government became the protector of individual civil rights. C. The states gained the power to nullify federal laws. D. The president became the intermediary between state and federal courts.
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last question
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The federal government became the protector of individual civil rights.
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@buckfever
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the answer is B
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ok thx for all your help Buck...!
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u r welcomed
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I only got 78%
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... :(
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how many of my answers did you get right
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one
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I got three wrong but their were 14 questions so I failed
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three wrong in total
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sorry
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will you help me more in another question @buckfever ?
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