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The Wade-Davis Bill passed by Congress, then vetoed by Lincoln, stipulated that _______ percent of voters in a Confederate state must take an oath of future loyalty to the Union before a process of restoration could begin. A. 10 B. 70 C. 20 D. 50
Weegy: A. 10 In late 1863, President Abraham Lincoln and the Congress began to consider the question of how the Union would be reunited if the North won the Civil War. [ In December President Lincoln proposed a reconstruction program that would allow Confederate states to establish new state governments after 10 percent of their male population took loyalty oaths and the states recognized the ?permanent freedom of slaves.? source: ] (More)
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Answer is D. 50 The Wade-Davis Bill passed by Congress, then vetoed by Lincoln, stipulated that 50 percent of voters in a Confederate state must take an oath of future loyalty to the Union before a process of restoration could begin.
The bill stated that a southern state could rejoin the Union only if 50 percent of its registered voters swore an "ironclad oath" of allegiance to the United States. The bill also established safeguards for black civil liberties but did not give blacks the right to vote. President Lincoln feared that asking 50 percent of voters to take a loyalty oath would ruin any chance of ending the war swiftly.
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The National _______ Act of 1902, provided proceeds from the sale of public lands for the construction of dams, canals, and irrigation systems in sixteen Western states.
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The answer is Development Act of 1902.
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The National RECLAMATION Act of 1902, provided proceeds from the sale of public lands for the construction of dams, canals, and irrigation systems in sixteen Western states.
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The National _______ Act of 1902, provided proceeds from the sale of public lands for the construction of dams, canals, and irrigation systems in sixteen Western states.
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The answer is Development; The National Development Act of 1902.
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