What did Washington suggest was one of the main reasons for the progress the south had made in the thirty years since the civil war had ended?

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What did Washington suggest was one of the main reasons for the progress the south had made in the thirty years since the civil war had ended? Would his listeners have been likely to pick up on what could have been veiled sarcasm in Washington's statement? Do you think sarcasm was present? Why or why not?

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After the war ended, the Reconstruction that was executed by the Congress was one of the main
reasons the South grew. It is good to note that the objective of the reconstruction was to redesign
the Southern states after the completion of the Civi...

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