What were the Reconstruction Acts?
Reuniting a Nation:
The Civil War lasted from 1861 to 1865. This war divided the nation. However, the Union prevailed. After the Civil War, the nation needed to ensure that all people were equal, one step at a time.
Answer and Explanation:
The Reconstruction Acts served as legislation that set rules for southern states and their readmission back into the union. These acts were enacted in...
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from Supplemental History: Study AidChapter 1 / Lesson 10