Opposing Viewpoints in American History: From Reconstruction to the present
The debates in Volume II shed understanding on American history since the Civil War, as the United States expanded to its present dimensions and became an industrial and world power, yet faced many challenges to its claims of freedom and equality for all.
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Rebuilding After the Civil War 18651895
IB Reconstruction Should Be Lenient 1866
3A Blacks Are Capable of Holding Public Office 1868
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