The immediate response to President Johnson’s Reconstruction plan included:
In the early years of Reconstruction, the Freedmen’s Bureau was successful at:
The Fifteenth Amendment:
Overall, regarding Reconstruction constitutional amendments and laws, the Supreme Court in the latter part of the nineteenth century:
The Wade-Davis Bill was rendered ineffective when:
Many southerners refused to accept their defeat as divine judgment and believed that God had spared the South for a greater purpose; they came to view the war as:
The _________ Amendment calls for equality before the law.
A long-lasting legacy of the ideas of the Redeemers was:
Republicans in Congress became infuriated when:
Congress successfully managed to override President Johnson’s veto of:
In the Slaughterhouse cases of 1873, the Supreme Court ruled that:
The Colored Monitor Union club was:
Southern Democrats realized they could regain their dominance of local power by:
Who were the main candidates in the presidential election of 1876?
In the post-Reconstruction period: