posted by kayci on .
Reconstruction was a more bitter expirence for the south than the Civil War itself. Which of the following historical developments best supports the authors point of view?
1)war-crime trials were held for Confederate leaders.
2)The southern "black codes" were repealed.
3)The Civil War cost the american people more then ten billion dollars
4)Southern families suffered from food shortages and inflation during the war.
5)The political and social structures of the south were permanently altered after the war.
i picked 1
Nope. War crime trials were not held for Confederate leaders.
Please check your text and try again.
You're guessing. Please check your book.
it says 4 and 5 in the book
Now you're on the right track.
Please study the question and answers 4 and 5. Only one of these is correct.
is it 5?
i feel stupid
You're not stupid, Kayci. I didn't see the difference between 4 and 5 at first either.
You're right. The right answer is 5 because the question asks about the period AFTER the war.
thank you so much
You're very welcome.