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USH Reconstruction 1

Presidential v Radical Reconstruction

What was the name given to former Congressional leaders who wanted to limit the power of former Confederate politicians and “punish” the south? Radicals
List the programs that Radical politicians were able to pass during Reconstruction. The 14th Amendment, military occupation of the South, punishment of Confederate leaders, and restrictions of the power of the President
Who became president after Lincoln was assassinated? Andrew Johnson
What did the 14th Amendment state? Anyone born in the U.S. and naturalized as a U.S. citizen, was a citizen and entitled to privileges as granted in the Constitution; penalties to states who denied voting rights to males
What did the 15th Amendment state? Forbids states to deny voting rights based on race, color, or previous condition of servitude.
Why was President Johnson impeached? He was accused of violating the Tenure of Office Act after firing Secretary of War Edwin Stanton.
Created by: dboehm