The Failure of Reconstruction

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History

 

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Lisa B

 

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April 4, 2015

 

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In the long run, "black codes" just made it easier for the people of the south to continue with their poor treatment towards blacks. A positive step did come for reconstruction in 1868. That was the 14th amendment, that stated that "All persons born or naturalized in the United States and of the state that they reside" (Thomas, 14) The amendment also declared that no state could make or enforce any law that restrain the privileges of the citizens of the United States...
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This amendment is clearly federal power over state power. This act was passed by congress to make sure that constitutionality of the civil rights acts (that made African Americans full citizen and guaranteed cirten right of citizenship, that completely went agents anything that had to do with "black codes"...
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