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Flash Cards From Reconstruction

QuestionAnswer
reconstruction to rebuild
13th amendment it band slavery throughout limited the rights of freedom
black codes laws that severly limited the rights of freedom
radical republicans vowed to take control of reconstruction
14th amendment blacks were considered citizens
impeach to bring charges of serious wrongdoing against public official
15th amendment gave black men the right to vote
kkk secret society organized in the south after the civl war to reassent white supremacy by means of violence
jim crow laws laws that seperated people of different races in public places in the south
plessy v ferguson an 1896 court case in which the supremacy court ruled that segregation in public facilities was legal as long as facilities were equal
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