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  1. Abraham Lincoln's plan of reconstruction required:

    A)50 percent of the adult white males to take the loyalty oath.
    B)the abolition of slavery with compensation.
    C)blacks be given the right to vote.
    D)10 percent of the adult white males to take the loyalty oath.
    D)10 percent of the adult white males to take the loyalty oath.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. Under the new president Andrew Johnson, presidential reconstruction:

    A)would implement a harsh program in the South.
    B)adhered substantially to the views of Congressional leaders.
    C)made it possible for former high-ranking Confederates to assume positions of power in the reconstructed southern governments.
    D)never was implemented because Congress passed its own program before Johnson's could go into effect.
    C)made it possible for former high-ranking Confederates to assume positions of power in the reconstructed southern governments.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. In May 1868:

    A)the Senate failed by one vote to convict Andrew Johnson of the impeachment charges filed against him.
    B)the House of Representatives refused to approve articles of impeachment.
    C)Andrew Johnson became the first president to be removed from office.
    D)Andrew Johnson resigned from the presidency rather than face certain impeachment and removal.
    A)the Senate failed by one vote to convict Andrew Johnson of the impeachment charges filed against him.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. The African-Americans elected to political offices during Reconstruction:

    A)were more conservative than the majority of the black population
    B)overwhelmingly advocated land reform as crucial to true freedom.
    C)briefly dominated all of the state governments of the former Confederacy.
    D)tended to be poor, uneducated, and unqualified to hold elective offices.
    A)were more conservative than the majority of the black population
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. The most important institutions for African-Americans as they tried to establish their own independent family and community life were:

    A)the sharecropping system and the black codes.
    B)the Freedmen's Bureau and the Supreme Court.
    C)the black-controlled state legislatures and the land reform program.
    D)the schools and the churches.
    D)the schools and the churches.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. In the years after the Civil War, most freedpeople ended up working:

    A)as farmers under a sharecropping system
    B)as itinerant day laborers in domestic and service jobs.
    C)as farmers on land they owned.
    D)as wage laborers in the new textile mills.
    A)as farmers under a sharecropping system
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. The Freedmen's Bureau courts:

    A)were the most effective means of protecting black economic rights.
    B)consistently sided with the planters.
    C)consistently sided with the freedmen.
    D)were declared unconstitutional by the federal courts.
    A)were the most effective means of protecting black economic rights.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. The Fifteenth Amendment:

    A)imposed black suffrage only in the South.
    B)forbid literacy tests or property requirements for voting.
    C)prohibited denying the right to vote on grounds of race.
    D)enacted women's suffrage.
    C)prohibited denying the right to vote on grounds of race.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. The Civil Rights Act of 1875:

    A)never passed Congress despite pressure from President Grant.
    B)eliminated social segregation in the North and in the South.
    C)contained provisions for social equality that were later declared unconstitutional.
    D)was vetoed by President Ulysses Grant and never went into effect.
    C)contained provisions for social equality that were later declared unconstitutional.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. The primary purpose of the Ku Klux Klan was to:
    A)keep former slaves from finding jobs.
    B)help Republican candidates win elections in Southern states.
    C)force all African-Americans to leave the South.
    D)destroy the Republican party in the South.
    D)destroy the Republican party in the South.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  11. The Compromise of 1877:

    A)marked the end of Reconstruction.
    B)underscored Republican resolve to continue Reconstruction.
    C)provided for a recount of votes in the former Confederate states.
    D)gave the presidency to Tilden.
    A)marked the end of Reconstruction.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. Reconstruction ended:

    A)without any positive results for African-Americans or the nation.
    B)despite strong northern sentiments to continue Radical policies.
    C)in failure because of deep-seated racism in the United States.
    D)as a success because northern blacks had gained social equality.
    C)in failure because of deep-seated racism in the United States.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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