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14 April, 11:53

What did Johnson require states to do to regain membership in the Union? States had to guarantee social and political rights to African Americans. Ten percent of a state's voters needed to swear loyalty to the Union. Voters had to ratify the Thirteenth Amendment, and state constitutions had to ban slavery. Prominent Confederate leaders needed to write to Johnson on behalf of their states.

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  1. 14 April, 12:01
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    Voters had to ratify the Thirteenth Amendment, and state constitutions had to ban slavery.

    By 1865 Johnson admitted ten out of the eleven seceded states back into the Union. His conditions to do s were that the states would have to ratify a constitution that banished secession, declare the end of slavery and repudiate any debts incurred during the Civil War.
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