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A major area of disagreement between Abraham Lincoln and the Radical Republicans was that...

A) Lincoln wanted to see the Democratic Party restored to power as quickly as possible.
B) Lincoln wanted the South to be treated as conquered territory for as long as possible.
C) the Radicals saw Lincoln as a Civil War enthusiast and the cause of the entire Civil War.
D) Lincoln felt that Reconstruction was primarily the pardoning of individuals, a presidential power.

is the answer b?

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  1. No.

    What does your reading assignment say?

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  2. Nothing.

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  3. Then if weren't assigned any place to learn this information, you are not responsible for it.

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  4. I did my research on this and I couldn't find anything that would assist me. Thanks anyways.

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  5. Lincoln felt that Reconstruction was primarily the pardoning of individuals, a presidential power.

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  6. It's A

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