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Title: Reconstruction

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Subject: History
Author: Teresa B
Date: November 9, 2015
Level: College
Grade: B
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Johnson takes office after Lincoln's assassination and sought to restore political rights to the South. This began friction between the radicals and the President.

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President Lincoln had some war aims. The Emancipation Proclamation was the conviction of Northerners, that is to say the South should have free labor/no slaves. It was known that the Republicans dominated in the North, and Democrats in the South. These republicans who took lead in the Reconstruction period were known as radicals...

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