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
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The answer is A. millions of Southern African American men became voters.
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