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they felt pressure to work together even if they disagree with each other -apex

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they felt pressure to work together even if they disagree with each other -apex

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they felt pressure to work together even if they disagree with each other -apex

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African-Americans who were elected to government during reconstruction were often harassed and sent death threats while in office.

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you got it right i apolagize
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why did you not make it the full answer
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They were all former slaves -apex

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