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12 June, 02:05

How did the removal of federal troops after Reconstruction change the South?

Question 6 options:

A. It allowed racial discrimination to be institutionalized with the passage of Jim Crow laws.

B. It permitted Radical Republicans to gain increased influence in state governments.

C. It ensured that African Americans would continue to vote and have a say in local and state governments.

D. It had little effect on southern states because Reconstruction had been generally successful.

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  1. 12 June, 02:21
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    It allowed racial discrimination to be institutionalized with the passage of Jim Crow laws.

    Explanation:

    The withdrawal of federated troops and the establishment of white people in power led to Jim Crow's laws being applied and generating segregation to the African-American and poor population of the decisions of those states, these laws put conditions in place to qualify for voting, among which was a combination of taxes to be paid to vote, proof of literacy and comprehension of written texts to vote, along with residency requirements and registration
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