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How did Congress respond to the black codes passed in many Southern states after the Civil War?
(1 point)by taking away the voting rights of southerners
by sanctioning the remaining Democrats in Congress
by impeaching the president
by expanding the power of the Freedmen's Bureau and passing the Civil Rights Act of 1866

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