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The era after the Civil War was known as Reconstruction Period. During the war, President Lincoln passed the Emancipation Proclamation, which was later then recognized and people demanded equal rights, especially minorities and African Americans. According to my knowledge this amendment was passed in 1870 which was in the Reconstruction period.

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The era after the Civil War was known as Reconstruction Period. During the war, President Lincoln passed the Emancipation Proclamation, which was later then recognized and people demanded equal rights, especially minorities and African Americans. According to my knowledge this amendment was passed in 1870 which was in the Reconstruction period.

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