They are known to have played a part in Reconstruction and the passing of the three amendments-the 13th Amendment, the 14th Amendment, and the 15th Amendment. They had 'radical' ideas, therefore becoming known as the Radical Republicans.
radical republicans wanted to give african americans civil equality
with whose plans did the radical republicans disagree
They no like slaves
The Radical Republicans believed in the abolishment of slavery and the protection of the rights of Freedmen in the South.
The Radical Republicans saw reconstruction as a way to punish southerners and reorganize the south. ;-}
The radical Republicans, led by Thaddeus Stephens.
Radical Republicans wanted to punish the South for committing Treason.
Radical Republicans stood for abolitionism and they saw the war as an opportunity to get rid of slavery once and for all.
Ultra radical Republicans strongly opposed slavery during the Civil War and after the war distrusted the Southern states. Ultra radical Republicans also demanded harsh policies for former Rebels and higher taxes.
I dont know. read a book
Radical Republicans strongly opposed slavery and were a proponent of equal rights during the Civil War and Reconstruction. Thaddeus Stevens of Pennsylvania was a famous Radical Republican.
the had work to do
To punish the South
The Radical Republicans passed a series of laws designed to protect the civil rights of African Americans.
5 reasons why radical republicans thought senator edmund ross would vote with them
The Radical Republicans
No. The Radical Republicans saw President Johnson as a Southern sympathizer who was a threat to their Reconstruction plans, and attempted to impeach him and remove him from office. The Republicans despised Johnson.
Republicans gained control of Congress in 1866. Radical Republicans had the support of many Northerners who believed stricter measures should be taken against the former Confederate states. After the vicious violence in New Orleans that had killed dozens of Freedman, they supported the Radical Republicans and the Fourteenth Amendment.
he was a DUDE who was in the radical republicans and the man was honest and trustwortyy!1