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Q: would a gradualist approach been more successful in establishing freedom for african americans and what would have been the cost and danger of using such an approach?
A: Yes gradual and slowly as it goes thre was gradualist approach to extend rights and establish freedom for African Ameriicans through : Reconstruction is the name of the historical period following the American Civil War during which the U.S. [ government attempted to resolve the divisions of the war, rebuild the southern economy, and integrate former slaves into the political and social life
of the country. With the end of the war and the collapse of the Confederacy in 1865, Southern states which had borne the brunt of the war were in ruins. Slavery was abolished as war measure first among states in rebellion by the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863 and later by the Thirteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in 1865. Reconstruction addressed the return of the Southern states that had seceded, the status of ex-Confederate leaders, and the Constitutional and legal status of the African-American Freedmen. source: ]
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User: would a gradualist approach been more successful in establishing freedom for african americans and what would have been the cost and danger of using such an approach?

Weegy: Yes gradual and slowly as it goes thre was gradualist approach to extend rights and establish freedom for African Ameriicans through : Reconstruction is the name of the historical period following the American Civil War during which the U.S. [ government attempted to resolve the divisions of the war, rebuild the southern economy, and integrate former slaves into the political and social life of the country. With the end of the war and the collapse of the Confederacy in 1865, Southern states which had borne the brunt of the war were in ruins. Slavery was abolished as war measure first among states in rebellion by the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863 and later by the Thirteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in 1865. Reconstruction addressed the return of the Southern states that had seceded, the status of ex-Confederate leaders, and the Constitutional and legal status of the African-American Freedmen. source: ]
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User: What would be the danger of using a gradualist approach in extending and establishing freedom for African Americans, and would it have been successful?

Weegy: Yes gradual and slowly as it goes thre was gradualist approach to extend rights and establish freedom for African Ameriicans through : Reconstruction is the name of the historical period following the American Civil War during which the U.S. [ government attempted to resolve the divisions of the war, rebuild the southern economy, and integrate former slaves into the political and social life of the country. With the end of the war and the collapse of the Confederacy in 1865, Southern states which had borne the brunt of the war were in ruins. Slavery was abolished as war measure first among states in rebellion by the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863 and later by the Thirteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in 1865. Reconstruction addressed the return of the Southern states that had seceded, the status of ex-Confederate leaders, and the Constitutional and legal status of the African-American Freedmen. source: ]
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