Post Civil War American Reconstruction
After the Civil War, the United States was in a serious state of distress and needed a serious period of reconstruction. The government had to find a way to reintegrate the South back into the country. Doing this meant figuring out how to address southern power in government and merging the economies of the North and South. Finally, the country's biggest problem was integrating the newly freed African-Americans into society. African Americans needed to have all the rights as whites to transform their lives which included the rights to vote, be educated, and to no longer be enslaved.
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