1. In 1865, at the end of the Civil War, the southern states: A)Contrasted starkly with the economic prosperity of the northern states. B)Had been affected only slightly by the war, either socially or economically. C)Quickly reestablished an industrial-based economy.
D)Readily accepted whatever reconstruction policy the North suggested. E)Reestablished racial slavery as the basis of their economy.
2. At the end of the Civil War, emancipated blacks:
A)Immediately achieved full equality with southern whites.
B)Mostly remained on the plantations where they had been slaves. C)Often changed their manners toward whites to demonstrate their freedom. D)Received ownership of 40 acres of land.
E)Moved in large numbers to northern cities.
3.In the years immediately following emancipation, the freedmen: A)Showed little interest in establishing a traditional family life. B)Showed little interest in acquiring an education.
C)Preferred to work in gangs.
D)Considered securing jobs and land their primary goals.
E)Gave up looking for their spouses and children who had been sold away from them.
4.Andrew Johnson’s plan for national reconstruction:
A)Proved to be very lenient toward the South.
B)Called for harsh treatment of the South.
C)Defended the interest of the planter class.
D)Pleased the Republican leadership in Congress.
E)Called for freed slaves to be given back to their white masters.
5.All of the following were goals of the Northern “Radical” Republicans EXCEPT: A)Protect the rights of blacks by defining them as citizens. B)Inflicting political punishment on Confederate leaders.
C)Creating greater diversity in the southern economy.
D)Extend the Freedmen’s Bureau for two more years.
E)Removing Andrew Johnson from the presidency.
6.During the Reconstruction Era, southern tenant farmers:
A)Found it easy to gain ownership of their own land.
B)Seldom earned much money and fell into debt.
C)Generally grew almost all of what they needed for...
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