2Vocabulary Reconstruction Thaddeus Stephens Wade- Davis Bill Radical RepublicansThaddeus StephensWade- Davis BillAndrew JohnsonFreedman’s Bureausblack codesFourteenth AmendmentimpeachFifteenth Amendment
3Character Development To what extent would you inconvenience yourself for another person?
4Notes I.The Politics of Reconstruction A.Reconstruction- 1865-1877 B.Lincoln’s Plan 10%PlanC.Radical Republicans-Thaddeus Stevens and Charles Sumner1.Wade -Davis BillD.Johnson's Plan1.Many states met his terms, and Southern members of Congress began arriving in Washington
5E.Radical Republicans refused to seat them 1.Freedmen's Bureau2.black codes3.Johnson vetoed themF.Congressional Reconstruction1.Congress voted to override the vetoes2.14th Amendment
63. Radical Republicans won many seats 3.Radical Republicans won many seats in the 1866 Congressional elections-took control of ReconstructionReconstruction Act5.Impeachment of Andrew Johnson6.Grant-President(1868)7.15th Amendment
11Review QuestionsThe House of Representatives impeached President Johnson for his violation of the ______________.The strong showing by ___________ in the congressional elections of 1866 helped pave the way for Congressional Reconstruction.The Fourteenth Amendment provided a constitutional basis for the_____________.___________ were slave laws that in effect restored many of the restrictions of slavery to African Americans after the Civil War.The goal of Abraham Lincoln’s plan for Reconstruction was to be as ________ as possible on the South.
12What did Johnson’s Reconstruction Plan call for? What was the purpose of the Freedman’s Bureau?What were the provisions of the Civil Rights Act?What were the main provisions of the 14th Amendment?What was the central issue of the 1866 congressional elections?What were the main issue of the act?Why was Johnson impeached? What was the Senate’s verdict?What did the Fifteenth Amendment guarantee?