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give them back to their former owners.

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Q: What did President Johnson decide to do with the abandoned plantation lands in the South?
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After the Civil War and Lincolns assassination what did President Johnson decide to do with the abandoned plantation lands in the South?

Give them back to their owners.


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What is the maximum wage of a plantation owner?

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