History of America notes 1. What two influences prompted the north to reform the south? Southern blacks' refusal to act as slaves precipitated the collapse of slavery and forced northerners to fight opposition to the Battle of . Most of the came to see the war as an unprecedented opportunity to reform the South. NETWORK. What is the Du Bois Thesis? A During the Civil War, slaves led the "great revolution", overthrowing the war for North. 3. Is there evidence of more slave revolts during the Civil War? A Many slaves refused to work. 4. How did the concept of "Radical Republican" change during the war? From the abolition of slavery to equal suffrage for blacks 5. Describe the impact of education on the Revolution. A. Show that blacks have the same feelings as whites 6. What did the abolitionist General Carl Schulz mean when he said free people are "slaves of society"? Although he is free on paper, he is still the slave of the people. 7. Why wasn't Tennessee divided into military zones? They ratified the 14th Amendment and were ratified as delegates to Congress. 8. What did Frederick Douglass say about Reconstruction? Lifetime hard labor 9. Explain the effectiveness of the Freedmen's Bureau. A Limit b. It was created by Congress in 1865 to help the millions of former black slaves ( ) and poor people in the post-Civil War South. 10. What were the problems with the Southern Homestead Act? A Then it is easier to buy land from the house. 11. How can separate schools be considered development according to Rabinowitz? They changed incomplete schools, but there are no schools.
12. Which political system supports southern blacks? The former leaders were considered traitors and most of the political power was stripped away. As a result, supporters of black equality enjoy unimaginable political honors that enable them to do many, if not all, of the legal goals 13. Give an example of former servants who decided against addiction. migrations