Why did congress reject Lincoln's reconstruction plan?
because there were no slaves involved
These Republicans believed the plan was too lenient on the south, and they thought the south deserved punishment.
because his plan wasnt as good as lincolns
After Lincoln was assassinated, his plan for reconstruction was stopped and cancelled by the Radical Republican, who had the majority in the Congress.
describe lincolns plan for reunion ?
Reconstruction did not occur during the Civil War. Reconstruction was after the terrible destruction of the war. And reconstruction was not entirely successful, despite what that chapter in the history book tells you. Reconstruction first started with lincolns plan. It failed. Congress then tried a plan, but Lincoln pocket vetoed it. Johnston then tried a plan, but failed, then congress came up with a new plan and suceeded.
In general Congress was not as forgiving as Lincoln. They wanted to punish the South and treat it like a conquered enemy.
Lincolns plan was to abolish slavery!
The 10 Percent Plan
Lincoln's plan aroused the sharp opposition of the radicals in Congress, who believed it would simply restore to power more?
he went to Columbia
The 10% plan.
Lincoln's reconstruction plan called for rejoining of the North and the South as one nation. The southern states would get a representative in Congress when 1/10 of the voters pledged to obey the federal laws and take an oath of loyalty to the US.
ten percent plan !!
President Lincoln's plan during the reconstruction was aimed at making it easier for Confederate states to separately be recognized for readmission to the Union.
Lincolns 10% plan is one
lincolns 10 percent plan, johnsons proclamation of amnesty and military reconstruction act of 1867
Which plan for Reconstruction was made by Rebuplicans in Congress who did not approve of Lincoln's plan?
reconstruction acts and 10% plan
President Lincoln's proposal for reconstruction was called "Lincoln's 10% Plan." It was a plan to reunify the North and South after the War's end.
Lincoln's Reconstruction plan, Johnson's Reconstruction Plan and the Radical Republicans in Congress Reconstrucion plan
the southern states had never really left the union
becausee they wanted to have freedom of their own
What group opposed Lincolns Reconstruction plan because they believed it was too lenient on the South?
the Lincon plan, the Jonhson plan, and the radical plan or congress plan.
The rival plan proposed by congress in July 1864, was the Wade-Davis Bill
Radical Republicans wanted to punish the South for committing Treason.
The Grand Council would limit colonies' powers. : It threatened their power of taxation Why did the colonies reject Benjamin Franklin's plan of union at the Albany congress?
What rival plan proposed by congress to president Abraham Lincoln's reconstruction plan was the was it the rival bill fifteenth amendment wade-Davis bill or the freedmen's bureau?
the rivial plan proposed by congress to president Abraham Lincoln's Reconstruction plan was the Wade-Davis Bill. It was vetoed.
A radical group of republicans in Congress who wanted revenge on the South. Lincoln was assassinated before his ideas regarding reconstruction could be developed. Andrew Johnson who was his successor, was threatened with impeachment and thwarted by the radicals for agreeing with Lincoln that the Southern states should be forgiven and pardoned to reunite all the states as quickly as possible.
I am not sure what month but the year is 1864
Congress wanted to eliminate the Black Codes, while Johnson did not
Congress called for a military occupation of the South, while Johnson did not.
Congress and the president disagreed about who had authority to devise a plan of reconstruction.
how did president johnson and congress change the reconstruction plan during lincoln's death?
congress didn't want the confedercay leader to lead the union
He died and Congress decided to go through with their plan of reconstruction
Because Johnson's plan was implemented when Congress was out of session. Power play, pure and simple. jesslyn bigelow answered this(:
How was President Johnson's reconstruction plan similar and different from President Lincolns ten percent plan?
well president Lincoln wanted to end slavery but on the other hand president Johnson wanted to keep it.
So he would get all the money
Republican US Congress rejected Andrew Johnson's Reconstruction Plan because it made too many concessions for former slave owners.
they thought it was too easy on the south and did not trust Johnson
because he took office as president.
because they knew at this point that they could not work with the president
was too lenient; the more stringent Wade-Davis bill, which Lincoln pocket-vetoed
What did the south do that caused congress and the north to challenge Johnson's reconstruction plan?
just becuse they did not like echother
It was hurtful to the poor African Americans who were free.
Because Andrew Johnson wanted easy terms for the south but the congress wanted to punish the south.
How had Lincoln hoped to accomplish Reconstruction and what modifications did Johnson make to Lincolns original plan?
Abraham Lincoln hoped to accomplish the reconstruction by making all of the southern states agree to every proclamation and every Congressional act put forth. Andrew Johnson modified this plan by not making all of the states comply to this rule.
They believed that his reconstruction plan, the 10% Plan, was too lenient on the former Confederate States. His plan concluded that only 10% of a state's population had to pledge allegiance with the U.S. to gain statehood again. They believed that the Freedmen population, who would gain their right to vote, would fill the 10% needed to gain statehood and the original seceders would not be the ones pledging.