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Problems Facing United States after the defeat of the Confederates.
The problem facing government after the defeat of the Confederate States was what should be done with these states, and how can they be brought back into the union. There were plans for this reconstruction set forth by both Andrew Johnson and Abraham Lincoln, as well as by Congress. These three sources wanted the full restoration of the United States, but faced the problem of socio-economic permanence in the South. However, they differed on many aspects. Lincoln set forth a plan know as the "Ten Percent Plan" in which pardon was offered to any Confederate who would swear to support the…
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