hy did President Johnson lose control of Reconstruction?

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When Johnson let Southern states come back in, they elected confederate leaders. This made Congress angry. And when Johnson vetoed the Civil rights act, which was the last straw. The civil rights act would have given rights to ex-slaves. Congress felt it could no longer work with him, so they had him impeached.
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he was removed from office after impeachment by congress white democrats were able to win majorities in the new south legislature military governors running the former Confederate states began to ignore his orders
radical republicans expanded theier congress majority in the elections of1886
Its "He was removed from office after being impeached my congress"
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he 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. This amendment was proposed by Congress in response to which of the following? 1. the rise of violence against emancipated slaves 2.the passage of black codes throughout the south 3.the emergence of white resistance to the civil rights movements 4.the attempts of democrats to limit the voting rights of african americans
2.the passage of black codes throughout the south
thanks !! Which of the choices below significantly undermined states' rights? 1. passage of the kanasas nebraska act 2. the secession of confederates states 3. the supreme court's dred scott decision 4. ratification of the fourteenth amedment
last one Which of these was a direct consequence of the Civil War? 1. the disintegration of the whig party 2. the addition of new states to union 3. the use of popular sovereignty to decide the issue of slavary 4. the extension of voting rights to African American men
the second one is 1. the disintegration of the whig party
and i think the one above the other one is the passage of the Kansas Nebraska act

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