20 points In many ways, the end of the Reconstruction Era in the South did not

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In many ways, the end of the Reconstruction Era in the South did not bring about the promising future expected by the newly- freed slaves. Many historians believe the years after the end of reconstruction were almost worse for black Americans than the years of slavery. In an essay of approximately 500 words, discuss the social, political, and economic issues that black Americans faced after reconstruction.


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