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The 14th Amendment was added defining citizenship and demanded equal protection under the law. The 15th Amendment was also added which granted Black men the right to vote. K. Many were still apposed to equal rights and to the laws being made and chose to take a stand...
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Many were still apposed to equal rights and to the laws being made and chose to take a stand. From this groups such as the Ku Klux Klan and the Mississippi Plan developed to terrorize blacks. Sources: Bittker, Boris I. The Case for Black Reparations...
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