|CHAPTER I. THEORIES PRIOR TO THE CLOSE OF THE WAR.|
|1. The Problem7|
|2. Common Belief at Opening of Hostilities: The Crittenden Resolution8|
|3. The Democratic Theory10|
|4. Lincoln: The Development of his Theory14|
|5. The Congressional Policy48|
|CHAPTER II. JOHNSON'S THEORY: THE EXPERIMENT AND ITS
|1. Conditions at Accession of Johnson28|
|2. Lincoln vs. Johnson28|
|3. Johnson's views before Accession29|
|4. Speeches in the Spring after his Accession30|
|5. Secret of his Attitude32|
|6. Development of his Theory34|
|7. Attitude towards Enfranchisement of the Negro41|
|8. Legislative Action in the South42|
|9. The Defense of the South46|
|10. Effect of the Attitude of the South upon the North47|
|CHAPTER III. ATTITUDE OF CONGRESS TOWARDS THE EXPERIMENT: DEVELOPMENT OF THE CONGRESSIONAL THEORY.|
|1. Attitude of Parties towards the Administration at Beginning of the Session49|
|2. Opening Scenes in Congress50|
|3. The Annual Message: Debate on Reconstruction55|
|4. The Freedmen's Bureau59|
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Book title: The Struggle between President Johnson and Congress over Reconstruction.
Contributors: Charles Ernest Chadsey - Author.
Publisher: Columbia University Press.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1896.
Page number: iii.
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