1. All of the following were long-term effects
of Reconstruction except
1. ratification of the Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth amendments.
2.the end of slavery in the United States.
3. citizenship for African Americans.
4. Radical Republican political control of the South.
2. A major feature of Reconstruction was that
1. new federal laws and constitutional amendments attempted to
ensure equal rights and opportunities or African Americans.
2. the South rapidly developed into a major industrial center.
3. a spirit of cooperation developed between the president and Congress.
4. terrorism in the South was eliminated.
3. A significant characteristic of U.S. politics in the post-Civil War years
1. the end of discrimination.
2. greater respect for the presidency by the legislative branch.
3. mutual understanding between North and South.
4. domination of national politics by the Republican party.
4. The dispute between President Andrew
Johnson and Congress during the Reconstruction Era illustrates the
constitutional principle of
1. equality of justice under the law.
3. one man, one vote.
4 separation of powers.
5. During Reconstruction, African-American
voters in the South generally
1.voted for Republican candidates.
2. voted for Democratic candidates.
3. showed no preference for Republicans or Democrats.
4. refused to participate in elections.