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  • The success of the 13th 14th and 15th (the civil war amendments).
  • i here declare the freedom of slave and equal protection of the laws and was proposed  to former slaves following the American Civil War.
  • political effects 
  • Economic changes 
  • Transcript of 13, 14, and 15 Amendments. Background This amendments was passed by Congress on January 31, 1865 and was ratified at the end of the year on December 6. It was given by Abraham Lincoln towards the end of the Civil War and it abolished slavery. It barely was passed by Congress.
  • Economic failure in the South
  • due to the lack of salves who's going to do the labor for my crops to grow, with no crops theirs no money. 
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  • Terror Groups: KKK, other hate groups/lynching
  • During the reconstruction era the biggest and most challenging economic change was confronting southerners to replace the labor system after the world of slavery was shattered, which made the economy very bad during the civil war. even though the transition to to slave labor to free labor was never really clear, the most significant change in the north was the increased presence of federal gov in the economy.
  • Jim grow laws/ grandfather clause 
  • Before the civil war there was a great wealth in the south .the civil war badly effected the southern states, first off it freed the slaves which played  a big role as the work force of the south. the south began to develop industries along with the farming for which its known.
  • the ku klux klan was the most prominent hate group to impact the Reconstruction era. formed in Pulaski,Tennessee, in 1865, it was originally formed as a club for past confederate soldiers, the KKK turned into a terrorist organization. it would be responsible for thousands of deaths, and would weaken the political power of southern blacks and republicans.
  • jim grow laws were state and local laws that state laws that enforced racial segregation in the south Enacted by white Democrat-dominated state legislatures after the Reconstruction period, in the late 19th century, the laws were enforced until 1965. the grandfather clause was a variety of test or requirements that were mad to make sure  southern blacks was not eligible to vote.
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