Cognitive and Instructional Processes in History and the Social Sciences

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APPENDIX: FOUR VIEWS OF RECONSTRUCTION

[Note: These descriptions are adapted from those in Foner ( 1988, pp. xix-xxvi).]


Version #1

According to one version, the South, at the end of the War accepted defeat, wanted to find a solution to the problems created by emancipation, and, above all, desired to be reincorporated into the Union as quickly as possible. Andrew Johnson adopted Lincoln's policy of national reconciliation but was opposed by fanatic Radical Republicans in Congress. The

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