History of the United States from the Compromise of 1850 to the McKinley-Bryan Campaign of 1896 - Vol. 6

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CONTENTS OF THE SIXTH VOLUME
CHAPTER XXX
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Reconstruction1
Character of Andrew Johnson2
Johnson's vindictiveness6
Johnson and the radicals7
Johnson's policy10
Johnson's mistake14
Radical opposition16
Johnson's policy popular18
First steps in reconstruction20
Progress of reconstruction24
Meeting of Congress26
Character of Thaddeus Stevens26
Joint committee on reconstruction30
Johnson's message31
Sentiment of Congress34
Policy of Stevens and of Sumner35
General Grant's report36
Carl Schurz's report37
Northern sentiment on negro suffrage39
Harsh Southern legislation40
Mental condition of negroes41
Negroes' idea of freedom42
Southern attitude to the negro43
Georgia's attitude45
Negro suffrage47
Congress does not adopt Johnson's policy50

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