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What can be inferred by the passage of black codes?
Many Southerners were willing to allow African american equality

Many white southerors wanted them to remain as servents

Many white southernors wanted african americans to recive a equal education

southern law makers wanted to seperate but equal rights

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  1. What do you think, based on what you have studied? We'll be glad to check your answer.

    posted by Reed
  2. And your answers are?

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  4. This person impersonated a tutor? On another post?

    posted by Reed
  5. The first bobpursley response in this thread was posted by an imposter.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  6. Ah! I see. Harrumph!

    posted by Reed
  7. i got b many white southerners wanted african americans to remain as servants

    posted by ben
  8. So what's the answer I need help lol

    posted by Ineedanswers
  9. a
    d,b
    c
    b

    posted by your_king
  10. are you sure?

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  11. Are those the correct answers or not?

    posted by Mrs. Bouquet
  12. SS8B Unit 3 Lesson 4 Test

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    9(ESSAY). Format(do not copy and paste, just write following this format): Stevens thinks Johnson should be impeached b/c he violated official oath to obey Constitution and failed uphold it. Make sure you quote the quotation they gave you. Also make sure you explain each quotation you cite.

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