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10 January, 09:51

With the exception of white Southern Republicans, how did white Southern society react to Reconstruction?

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  1. 10 January, 10:24
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    Answer: White southern society totally rejected Reconstruction

    Explanation:

    In 1867, after president Andrew Johnson made public his poject of Reconstruction, a growing number of southern whites reacted violently as a response to the rebellious changes of Radical Reconstruction. Some dangerous white power organizations such as the Ku Klux Klan went after local Republican heads, white and black, and other African Americans who represented an insurrection for white authority. Also, when president Ulysses S. Grant took action against the Klan and racist groups of people determined to block black's rights to vote and more, white power eventually reaffirmed in the South, and racism prevailed.
  2. 10 January, 11:23
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    Negatively

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    The South was not ready to accept African-Americans as equals and so the South largely rejected African-Americans and discriminated against them for years to come.
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