The Civil War: Why Does Reconstruction Fail?

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Why Does Reconstruction Fail? Reconstruction is rebuilding something that was damaged or harmed. The Civil War was a major point where reconstruction was required because slaves were freed, houses and farms in the South were destroyed, and many factories were damaged. The North and the South had to rebuild the country with only a limited amount of money. Reconstruction fails often because there are always people with different points of view and perspectives. An example of reconstruction failing is when President Lincoln had created the Ten-Percent Plan. 10% of a state in the South’s voter had to vote for this in order for this to go into effect. This would allow a state to create a new government

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