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Answered 2010-03-11 00:14:57

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.

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