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Warm-up for 02.03.12

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  1. Warm-up for 02.03.12 • DO NOT COPY! JUST ANSWER! • How do you think you did on yesterday’s test? • Did you study? • What could you have done to make your grade better? 6th period ONLY

  2. Warm-up for 02.03.12 What should happen to former Confederate soldiers and to those in the former Confederate government? Hanged for treason Absolute pardon PARDON = The act of being forgiven for an error or offense • TREASON = The crime of betraying one's country by attempting to kill the sovereign or overthrow the government

  3. What should happen to former Confederate soldiers and to those in the former Confederate government? Hanged for treason Absolute pardon PARDON = The act of being forgiven for an error or offense • TREASON = The crime of betraying one's country by attempting to kill the sovereign or overthrow the government

  4. RECONSTRUCTION STANDARD:SS8H6.c - Analyze the impact of Reconstruction on Georgia and other southern states, emphasizing Freedmen's Bureau; sharecropping and tenant farming; Reconstruction plans;13th, 14th, and 15th amendments to the constitution; Henry McNeal Turner and black legislators; and the Ku Klux Klan.

  5. Reconstruction Reconstruction= the process of transforming and bringing back former Confederate states into the United States after the Civil War BEFORE AFTER

  6. Reconstruction is like reconstructive surgery! Reconstructive surgery = the use of surgery to restore the form and function of the body BEFORE AFTER

  7. RECONSTRUCTION… gone RIGHT!

  8. RECONSTRUCTION… gone WRONG! Sorry MJ 

  9. RECONSTRUCTION So, we struggle to put the pieces back together again… “It is more honorable to repair a wrong than persist in it.” ~ Thomas Jefferson, author of The Declaration and 3rd US President

  10. C President Lincoln’s Plan • Lincoln wanted to rebuild and return the south to the Union as soon as possible • His plan was called the 10% plan • “Reconstruction” would have two parts: • Southerners would be pardoned after taking an oath of allegiance; • When 10% of voters had taken the oath, the state could rejoin the Union and form a state government.

  11. Where does President Lincoln’s Reconstruction Plan fall on the continuum below? Hanged for treason Absolute pardon PARDON = The act of being forgiven for an error or offense • TREASON = The crime of betraying one's country by attempting to kill the sovereign or overthrow the government

  12. President Lincoln’s Plan • Lincoln’s plan to reconstruct the South was challenged by “Radical Republicans” who thought the South should be more severely punished. • The Radical Republicans wanted to make sure the freedmen retained their new rights.