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Q: 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. 20 B. 70 C. 50 D. 10
A: The correct answer to the question above, is....... TEN PERCENT
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User: 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. 20 B. 70 C. 50 D. 10

Weegy: B.
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The correct answer to the question above, is....... TEN PERCENT
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The correct answer is indeed 10%.
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19. 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. 50
B. 70
C. 10
D. 20
Student Answer: C
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THE ANSWER IS NOT = 10%

I DO NOT KNOW WHAT IT IS THO.

Just letting everyone know it is INDEED NOT 10%!
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