Andrew Johnson

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American History

 

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Juan C

 

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March 3, 2012

 

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In April 1866, Congress enacted a Civil Rights Act in response to southern Black Codes. President Johnson vetoed the act, claiming it was an invasion of states' rights and would cause uproar among the races. The veto was overridden by a single vote. This marked the beginning of an escalating power struggle between Johnson and Congress...
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This marked the beginning of an escalating power struggle between Johnson and Congress. In June of 1866, Congress passed the 14th Amendment, giving civil liberties to both native-born and naturalized Americans. It also prohibited any state from denying citizens life, liberty, or property, without due process...
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