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15 July, 05:01

After ratification of the thirteenth amendment many african americans in the south ...

a) were treated as equals of whites

b) were elected to serve in federal office

c) avoided discrimination by taking farm jobs

d) were treated like they were still enslaved

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  1. 15 July, 05:11
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    The correct answer is D) were treated like they were still enslaved.

    After ratification of the thirteenth amendment, many African Americans in the south were treated like they were still enslaved.

    The 13th Amendment to the United States Constitution was ratified by the states on December 6, 1865. The amendment officially prohibited slavery in the United States. The only case for slavery was a form of punishment due to a crime. However, many landowners in the southern large plantation still used some form of slavery because they depended so much on slave work to produce the kind of crops that had to be traded and exported to Europe.
  2. 15 July, 06:31
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    The answer is D. were treated like they were still enslaved and in fact lots still face major discrimination today even after the Jim Crow laws were abolished.
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