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Enforcement Acts

A People and a Nation Chapter 16 Study Guide

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Vigorous Reconstruction Congressmen who favored vigorous reconstruction measures argued that the war had broken the Union and that the South was subject to the victor?s will Radical Reconstruction was curtailed once Democrats regained control in the South planned for widespread societal reform wanted sweeping transformations of the entire nation black suffrage only loyal men were eligible to hold office the South would spend several years out of the Union until it had been fully democratized expand public education in the South confiscate land from whites in order to provide land for freedmen expand an activist Federal government lasted only a few years Freedmen and the Sea Islands freedmen and women most valued property ownership
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