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23 February, 10:31

What was a result of Louisiana meeting the requirements to reenter the Union?

a. The US Congress welcomed the representatives of all Southern states in the next session.

b. The Supreme Court ruled that the other Southern states did not need to meet the requirements.

c. The US Congress refused to seat any of the new representatives from the state.

d. The president refused to recognize the state until it gave Freedmen the right to vote.

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  1. 23 February, 11:34
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    d. The president refused to recognize the state until it gave Freedmen the right to vote.

    Explanation:

    The Reconstruction Act in the United States imposed military rules on the Southern States like Louisiana and stated restrictions to join the union.

    In order to protect and safeguard the rights of the African Americans of the Southern States, the US Congress ratified and passed amendments to abolish slavery which were practiced in the Southern States.

    The US President, Johnson, passed the Reconstruction Plan which required the Southern States to outlaw the slavery of African American men in their states. The plan empowered the Freedmen's Bureau and gave them the right to vote.

    The US Congress also passed the Fifteenth Amendment that guaranteed the Freedmen the right to vote.
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