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need help asap @rock1718

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    @rocky1718 hear we go

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    ok

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    3. Which statement best explains why the issue of slavery contributed to the outbreak of the Civil War? (5 points) The economies of the Confederate states relied on slave labor. Fugitive slaves from the South were creating social tensions in the North. Settlers in newly acquired territories did not want to allow slavery in their states. The federal government refused to take action to suppress slave uprisings in the South. 4. After passage of the Reconstruction Acts, who took charge of the governments of the former Confederate states? (5 points) carpetbaggers military leaders Republican Party leaders African American politicians 5. Which of these people or groups wanted to impose the most forgiving conditions on the defeated Confederate states? (5 points) Union Army generals the Freedmen's Bureau President Andrew Johnson Republican Congressional leaders 6. Which group was founded to prevent African Americans from exercising their civil rights? (5 points) the Whig Party the Ku Klux Klan the Populist Party the Radical Republicans 7. Which statement best describes President Andrew Johnson's overall approach to Reconstruction? (5 points) He wanted to ensure that there were strong protections for African Americans' civil rights. He wanted to give Southern states a large amount of discretion in establishing new governments. He wanted to guarantee that the Republican Party would dominate Southern politics for at least a decade. He wanted the former Confederate states to pay a high price for the damage caused by the war. 8. What action by President Lincoln most angered the Radical Republicans in Congress? (5 points) his acceptance of the Anaconda Plan his pocket veto of the Wade-Davis Bill his delay in issuing the Emancipation Proclamation his choice of Andrew Johnson as a vice-presidential running mate 9. Which statement best describes the main political goal of the scalawags? (5 points) 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. 10. How did the Thirteenth Amendment differ from the Emancipation Proclamation? (5 points) It granted land to emancipated slaves. It applied to African American men only. It guaranteed both civil rights and freedom. It ended slavery throughout the entire United States. 11. The passage below is an excerpt from the Fourteenth Amendment. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws. Which statement explains why this amendment was adopted? (5 points) to extend voting rights to emancipated slaves to protect the civil rights of African Americans to prevent states from seceding from the Union to guarantee states' rights to make their own laws 12. The drawing below was made in 1879. Public Domain Based on the cartoon, which conclusion can be made about the United States during the late 1800s? (6 points) The Southern white population quickly embraced African Americans' newfound right to vote. In some regions, African Americans were required to pass the same test as white citizens before they could vote. In some regions, the white population found ways to get around accepting the Fifteenth Amendment. The Southern white population was actually less educated than the African American population. 13. Based on the Supreme Court ruling in Plessy v. Ferguson, which of the following actions would Southern states be permitted to take? (5 points) preventing African Americans from voting in upcoming elections refusing to allow emancipated slaves to migrate to regions in the North creating restrooms for blacks that were inferior to restrooms that white citizens used establishing separate schools for whites and blacks with equal facilities and materials 14. Public Domain Based on this cartoon, which conclusion can be drawn about life in the Jim Crow South? (5 points) When separate facilities existed for the races, the facilities for African Americans were generally inferior to facilities for white citizens. The railroad companies defied public opinion and refused to let Jim Crow laws change the way in which they operated their business. When separate facilities existed for the races, there was little difference between the facilities for white citizens and those for black citizens. The railroad companies were the only method of transportation that used Jim Crow laws to legally separate the races. 15. How did Jim Crow laws affect the African Americans living in the South after Reconstruction? (5 points) They were pushed off their land. They were unable to get an education. They were driven into low-paying factory jobs. They were prevented from exercising their legal rights. 16. What was the main effect of the systems of sharecropping and debt peonage put in place in the South after the Civil War? (5 points) The Southern economy was unable to move from an agricultural basis to an industrial basis. African Americans were prevented from leaving the plantations where they had been enslaved. Agricultural output grew quickly enough to return to pre-Civil War levels by the end of the 19th century. Land ownership was transferred from large plantation owners to both poor white farmers and emancipated slaves. 17. Which statement best explains why the period from the end of Reconstruction to the early 20th century was referred to as the nadir of American race relations? (5 points) State governments actively resisted the efforts of the federal government to promote an integrated society. Both African Americans and whites moved to segregated communities to avoid intermingling with members of the other race. Racism was deeply felt throughout the nation, and the civil rights gains of the Reconstruction period were rolled back by Jim Crow laws. Racially motivated violence tore apart communities around the nation and resulted in inner-city riots that devastated African American neighborhoods. 18. Which of the following posed the most serious problem for African Americans who migrated to the North during the late 19th century? (6 points) a lack of housing for a large influx of migrants a shortage of available farmland for unskilled workers resentment that the Civil War had cost many Northern deaths competition for jobs from a large wave of European immigrants 19. Which of the following contributed to the Sand Creek Massacre? (3 points) the overhunting of the buffalo the discovery of gold in Colorado the sale of British territory to the United States the construction of a railroad through an Indian reservation 20. Which of these conflicts resulted in a defeat for the U.S. Army? (3 points) the Battle of Bear Valley the Sand Creek Massacre the Battle of Little Bighorn the Wounded Knee Massacre 21. © 2012 The Exploration Company What was the main reason for the Indian Wars that took place in the region indicated on the map during the second half of the 19th century? (5 points) treaty violations by dissatisfied Native American leaders attacks by hostile Native American tribes on U.S. military outposts resistance to the new federal policy aimed at assimilating Native Americans territorial pressures on Native Americans resulting from increased white settlement 22. Which lesson or assignment from this module did you like the best? Why? Which lesson or assignment did you like the least? Why? (1 point)

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    i dont need 22 @rocky1718

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    just tyoe somthing ill mark as best answer

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    also dont worry about the picture 1s

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