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How did the Election of 1876 affect reconstruction

How did the fourteenth and fifteenth amendments change the constitution

Why did the radical republicans reject the ten percent plan

In what way was reconstruction successful

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Southern republicans worked to prevent injustice but there was little they could do to?

Prevent acts of violence against former slaves.


Why were African-Americans discriminated against?

African Americans were discriminated against because of their skin color.


How did the federal government react to racial violence?

Congress used the Ku Klux Klan Acts to indict hundreds of Klansmen throughout the South. After 1872, on account of the federal government's readiness to use legal action, there was a decline in violence against Republicans and African Americans. The hatred may have been contained, but it was far from extinguished. Smoldering beneath the surface, it would flare up in the coming decades.


How were African Americans treated in World War 1?

AnswerAfrican Americans were treated bad and they had racial protest against them


What did the government do to reduce violence against African Americans after the civil war?

"What did the U.S. government do to 'reduce' violence against Black Americans after the Civil War?"Answer: NOTHING. The full story has yet to be told. So let's do it.This was the period after the Civil War, called "Reconstruction." Read W.E.B. DuBois' masterpiece - BLACK RECONSTRUCTION.ALSO read prof. Eric Foner (Columbia University) - Reconstruction: America's Unfinished Revolution, 1863-1877, Harper and Row.AND, from 1951, the petition of Black Americans, and allies, to the United Nations: WE CHARGE GENOCIDE.AND then read Gail Williams O'Brien's The Color of the Law: Race, Violence, and Justice in the Post-World War II South. John Hope Franklin Series in African American History and Culture. Univ of North Carolina Press, 1999.Then read about the so-called "SUN-DOWN TOWNS" in the U.S. North - including the East, Midwest, and West.

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