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What happened when president Johnson refused to sign radical reconstruction laws?

Congress passed the acts over his veto. (APEX)


What president supported the plan of Radical Reconstruction.?

Andrew Johnson. Abraham Lincoln's vice president.


Who was president during the scandals of radical reconstruction?

Abraham Lincoln then Andrew Johnson


What happened when president vetoed radical reconstruction laws?

congress passed the acts over his veto


How did President Johnson respond to the expanded power of the Radical Republicans after the election of 1866?

He vetoed the Radicals' reconstruction bills.


What was the political climate in Washington D.C. with regard to Reconstruction following the Civil War?

The Radical Republicans opposed the policies of President Lincoln and President Johnson


How did Andrew Jackson's background and life experiences contribute to his version of reconstruction?

I think you are referring to Andrew Johnson. Jackson was president much earlier. As far as Johnson goes, he was a weak president and he allowed Radical Republicans in congress to shape much of his reconstruction policy.


What happened when Johnson vetoed radical reconstructions laws?

congress passed the acts over his veto


Why was president Johnson unable to stop Radical Republicans from putting their reconstruction plan into action?

Radical Republicans in congress had enough votes to override or defeat ,both vetoes, and the bills became law.


Which statement best characterizes the political climate in Washington d.c with the regard to reconstruction following the civil war?

The Radical Republicans opposed the policies of President Lincoln and President Johnson


Was Andrew Johnson a Radical Republican?

No. Andrew Johnson was a Democrat who had run for election as President Lincoln's Vice-President on the National Union ticket. The Radical Republicans wanted drastic changes in the South during Reconstruction; Johnson was more sympathetic to the South, and wanted to reunite them with the Union immediately and unconditionally.


What did the Radical Republicans view President Johnson as?

The Radical Republicans viewed Andrew Johnson as a Southern sympathizer because he wanted to bring the states that seceded prior to the Civil War back into the Union immediately and unconditionally. The Republicans saw this as a potential threat to Reconstruction.