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How did the Emancipation Proclamation alter the course of the war?
a) it ended it b) it did nothing to change the war c) it freed all slaves d) it added a moral purpose
What did the Emancipation Proclamation accomplish?
a) freed all slaves b) freed northern slaves c) freed slaves currently held in Confederate territory d) freed slaves already captured by Union forces
How did Lincoln feel about slavery before the Civil War?
a) it is wrong and should end completely b) it was an important economic system c) it did not matter d) it is wrong and should not spread to new states
What did the 15th Amendment accomplish?
a) ended slavery in the U.S. b) ensured black voting rights c) guaranteed the rights of citizens d) enforced voting rights of all people
What did the 14th Amendment accomplish?
a) ended slavery in the U.S. b) ensured black voting rights c) guaranteed the rights of citizens d) enforced voting rights of all people
What did the 13th Amendment accomplish?
a) ended slavery in the U.S. b) ensured black voting rights c) guaranteed the rights of citizens d) enforced voting rights of all people
_____ caused tension between the north and the south before the Civil War
a) Maintaining a balance in power between free and slave states b) Disagreements about national taxation c) Fighting between northern and southern military forces d) The economic superiority of the plantation system over industrialization
All of the following were aimed at prohibiting black voting rights EXCEPT:
a) literacy tests b) income tax c) poll tax d) grandfather clause
By ruling that Dred Scott (and all slaves) was _____, the Supreme Court appeared to permit and ensure the expansion of slavery
a) uneducated b) a runaway/fugitive c) free d) property
The outcome of the Plessy v Ferguson Supreme Court decision ruled that
a) slavery is legal b) slavery is illegal c) segregation is legal d) segregation is illegal
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