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According to Lincoln's plan for Reconstruction, how many voters in each Southern state had to take an oath of loyalty to accept the United States Constitution, before the state could rejoin the Union? A) 75% B) 50% C) 20% D) 10%
According to Lincoln's plan for Reconstruction, 10% of the voters in each Southern state had to take an oath of loyalty to accept the United States Constitution, before the state could rejoin the Union.
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According to Lincoln's plan for Reconstruction, 10% of the voters in each Southern state had to take an oath of loyalty to accept the United States Constitution, before the state could rejoin the Union.
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