By AS-SAYID SABIQ
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The Sio ux ca l l themse lves the Lakota. Attitudes to the N ative Americans Since the forced removal of the eastern Indian Nations to Indian territory, the view of the United States government had changed from seeing the Plains Indians as nations to be negotiated with on equal terms, to simply Americans subject to the rule of the United States government. Meanwhile the old debate between negotiators and exterminators still continued. The US a rmy With the end of the Civil War the US army was better prepared to campaign in the West.
The Democrats' argument against this was that it violated states' rights by denying them the right to decide who could vote. The Republicans won and the Amendment was passed. However, there were loopholes in the legislation as it did not prohibit restrictions on voting such as property requirements or literacy tests, which were two ways in which Southern states stopped African Americans voting. Meanwhile efforts to win the vote for women were unsuccessful. In 1869 Ulysses S. Grant was elected President, by 1870 all the Southern states had been re-admitted to the Union and the struggle over political reconstruction was at an end.
How does Interpretation B differ from Interpretation A a bout what the conflict between North and So uth was a bo u t in the American Civil War? 3 Which interpretation do yo u find more convincing a bo u t what the conflict between North and So uth in the American Civi l War was a bo u t? Exp lain yo ur answer using Interpretations A and B and your contextua l know ledge. FOCUS TAS K Why d i d the C i v i l Wa r break out i n 1861? Here is a list of long- and short-term ca uses of the Civil War: • • • • • • • • • • 1 2 Differences between North and So uth A bolitionism Westward expansion The spread of cotton growing P u blication of Uncle Tom 's Cabin The underground rai lroad Transcontinental rai lroad Bleeding Kansas John Brown and the Harpers Ferry Raid The e lection of Linco ln as President For each write down one example of why it made war more li kely.