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  • #redirect[[Radical Republican]]
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  • ...American South during the Reconstruction era, who sought to overthrow the Radical Republican coalition of Freedmen, carpetbaggers and Scalawags.
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  • ...viously he served one term as governor of Ohio, service in Congress as a [[Radical Republican]] who supported [[Reconstruction]]. He gained local fame as a general in th
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  • ...the South during the [[Reconstruction]] era, who sought to overthrow the [[Radical Republican]] coalition of Freedmen, [[carpetbaggers]] and [[Scalawags]]. They were the ...y, History|Republican Party]]). Their program emphasized opposition to the Radical Republican system that they considered to be corrupt and a violation of true republica
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  • ...removal of the political disabilities of whites southerners and rejected [[Radical Republican]] proposals to enforce social equality by federal legislation<ref> (''Congr
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  • ...egitimate conspiracy that had to be crushed by federal power. He took a [[Radical Republican]] position during the war, in opposition to Lincoln’s moderation. In the
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  • ...ates. He and Senator [[Charles Sumner]] were the powerful leaders of the [[Radical Republican]]s. Stevens' biographer characterizes him as, "The Great Commoner, savior o Stevens was the leader of the [[Radical Republican]]s who had full control of Congress after the 1866 elections. He largely se
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  • ...removal of the political disabilities of whites southerners and rejected [[Radical Republican]] proposals to enforce social equality by federal legislation<ref> (''Congr
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  • As a Radical Republican leader in the Senate during [[Reconstruction]], 1865-1871, Sumner fought ha
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  • ...a "republican form of government." Exactly what that meant was the issue. Radical Republican [[Charles Sumner]] argued that secession had destroyed statehood alone but
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  • ....5 million in buildings and properties. The new denomination avoided the [[Radical Republican]] [[politics]] of the AME and AMEZ churches. It had over 3000 churches, ove
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  • ...ine. No one with secret sympathies for the South could be trusted by the [[Radical Republican]]s that controlled the Maine party.<ref>Pullen, pp. 19-20 | [http://bit.ly/
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