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The failure of the Reconstruction, following the civil war.
The twelve-year time period after the Civil War, also known as the Reconstruction, was considered by many people to be a failure. Although the two main goals of the reconstruction, giving blacks civil rights, and re-uniting the Confederate and Union states, were met, they weren't stretched out to completion, and at the end, left blacks worse off than they were beforehand.
During the Reconstruction, northerners finally helped the blacks get their civil rights. Due to the continuous pushing of the Radical Republicans, many efforts were made to help the newly freed slaves survive and live a…
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