How did Southern blacks lose rights in the years after the Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth amendments?
A. New amendments later limited black Southerners’ legal status.
B. Few black ...
... Southerners took advantage of their newfound freedoms.
C. Some white Southerners used state legislation, segregation, and violence to limit the freedoms of blacks.
D. Black Southerners did not lose any rights during these years.
Some white southerners used various methods to limit the freedoms of blacks
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