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Reconstruction and the affects of it after the civil war.
After the Civil War the United States government was forced to make changes in order to successfully embrace the South and reunite the Union. This interval of change was called the period of Reconstruction. President Lincoln, the incumbent directly after the Civil War, set plans for Reconstruction that were designed in hopes of "saving the union." However, after Lincoln was assassinated, the government lost sight of his goals and it turned into a mostly unconstructive and corrupt period of time.
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