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Q: What did Union forces decide to attack in their effort to demoralize the South after 1863? A. enslaved people B. Confederate monuments C. political leaders D. military and civilian targets
A: D. military and civilian targets
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User: What did Union forces decide to attack in their effort to demoralize the South after 1863? A. enslaved people B. Confederate monuments C. political leaders D. military and civilian targets

Weegy: D. military and civilian targets
selymi|Points 10206|

User: Why was abolitionist John Brown executed? A. for his attempt to seize the arsenal at Harpers Ferry B. for his midnight massacre C. for his part in “Bleeding Kansas” D. for beating Charles Sumner with a cane

Weegy: A. for his attempt to seize the arsenal at Harpers Ferry
jeifunk|Points 9053|

User: What event started “Bleeding Kansas”? A. Border ruffians raided the anti-slavery town of Lawrence, Kansas. B. John Brown carried out midnight executions of pro-slavery settlers. C. Charles Sumner delivered a speech called “The Crime Against Kansas.” D. Preston Brooks beat Charles Sumner unconscious with a cane.

Weegy: The answer is: A. Border ruffians raided the anti-slavery town of Lawrence, Kansas.
Koolsum|Points 1456|

User: What port on the Gulf of Mexico was captured by Union forces early in the war? A. Vicksburg B. Richmond C. New Orleans D. Shiloh

Weegy: c) New Orleans
Karonher|Points 150|

User: In the late 1840s, what led to the question of whether slavery should expand to the territories? A. the enactment of the Wilmot Proviso B. the violence of “Bleeding Kansas” C. the results of the Mexican War D. the attack at Harpers Ferry

Weegy: A. the enactment of the Wilmot Proviso
chico007hgo|Points 522|

User: Some abolitionists criticize Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation because A. they knew it did not specifically free all enslaved people. B. they wanted it sent to European countries. C. they wanted it to give enslaved people full rights of citizenship. D. they wanted it to bring an end to the Civil War.

Weegy: e A. they knew it did not specifically free all enslaved people.
chico007hgo|Points 522|

User: By the end of the Civil War, A. many Confederate leaders had been tried for treason. B. African Americans had gained full citizenship. C. the South’s economy had been destroyed. D. Congress had passed legislation to rebuild the nation.

Weegy: C. the South?s economy had been destroyed.
scijoe21|Points 2275|

User: 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.

Weegy: A. tried to pass laws to limit the rights of freed people.
piash|Points 3199|

User: The Ten Percent Plan required that A. ten percent of a state’s voters take a loyalty oath to the Union. B. state legislatures set aside ten percent of their seats for African Americans. C. Southern landowners give ten percent of their land to freed men. D. the South pay ten percent of the Union’s war costs.

Weegy: The Ten Percent Plan required that A. ten percent of a state?s voters take a loyalty oath to the Union.
debnjerry|Points 44986|

User: How did Lincoln approach the issue of slavery in his speeches? A. He avoided slavery as a possible inflammatory topic. B. He advocated for compromise and the status quo. C. He urged the gradual westward spread of slavery through popular sovereignty. D. He condemned slavery and affirmed the idea of African Americans’ natural rights.

Weegy: In his speeches, Lincoln (D) condemned slavery and affirmed the idea of African Americans? natural rights.
rugmaker|Points 2555|

User: Which long-term cause directly influenced a short-term cause? A. Lincoln’s election B. Kansas-Nebraska Act C. Fugitive Slave Act D. Missouri Compromise

Weegy: The answer is: B. Kansas-Nebraska Act.
paral|Points 3670|

User: The Republican party became strong in the South, in part because A. millions of Southern African American men became voters. B. the party did not require a loyalty oath in order to vote. C. many white Southerners attended the state constitutional conventions. D. all of the former Confederate states had met the requirements to rejoin the Union

Weegy: The Republican party became strong in the South, in part because: A. millions of Southern African American men became voters.
dennis003|Points 1030|

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