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In the 1800s, laws were most likely to favor members of which religion? A. Protestant B. Catholic C. Jewish D. Mormon
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During Reconstruction, groups such as the Ku Klux Klan A. tried to pass laws to limit the rights of freed people. B. were disbanded by the Fifteenth Amendment. C. used violence to prevent freed people from voting. D. supported the passage of the Enforcement Acts.
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During Reconstruction, groups such as the Ku Klux Klan used violence to prevent freed people from voting.
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Manifest Destiny was the belief that A. the United States should invade and capture all of Mexico. B. slavery should extend westward beyond the South. C. the United States should own most or all of North America. D. Native Americans had a right to the land they lost.
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Manifest Destiny was the belief that A. the United States should invade and capture all of Mexico. B. slavery should extend westward beyond the South. C. the United States should own most or all of North America. D. Native Americans had a right to the land they lost.
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