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Reconstruction was or was not radical
The 12 year-time period after the Civil War (1865-1867), also know as Reconstruction, marked the time of progress for African Americans' legal rights. Although the major goals (reuniting the Confederate and Union states and granting blacks civil rights) of the Radical Republicans reconstruction plans succeeded, they weren't completed to their full potential, thus resulting in blacks still at a disadvantage socially and economically. Black Codes, Jim Crow laws, the Ku Klux Klan, and the shady methods to prevent African Americans from voting are several examples of how Reconstruction was a…
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