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Relations between blacks and whites changed from the antebellum (before the Civil War) South to the Jim Crow era. Which statement accurately describes these changes? A Under Jim Crow, whites were forced to open their hotels and restaurants to blacks customers B Whites and blacks had never mingled in the antebellum South but were free to do so under Jim Crow C In the antebellum South, slaves and their owners often had close ties; under Jim Crow blacks and whites were kept apart D In the South, laws of the Jim Crow era made no reference to differences between the races

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    i accidentally put it in the wrong subject sorry lol

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    @OregonDuck

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