Reconstruction

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Synonyms for Reconstruction

the period after the American Civil War when the southern states were reorganized and reintegrated into the Union

an interpretation formed by piecing together bits of evidence

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recall that is hypothesized to work by storing abstract features which are then used to construct the memory during recall

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It all is traceable to the volatile years of 1866 to 1868, the initial years of post-Civil War Reconstruction.
We Want Accountability" campaign spokesperson George Azar was thus on target when he affirmed that "the economic issues [that led to the collapse] of this country started in the 1990s, not because of us," highlighting the fact that so few benefitted from the post-Civil War reconstruction.
Civil Rights activists and organizations are hard at work trying to protect the voting rights of minorities from this newest onslaught, dubbed by some as "a third Reconstruction" (following the failed post-Civil War Reconstruction and the successful Civil Rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s).
The course he took on post-Civil War Reconstruction was "deeply racist in outlook," and featured a "humorous picture of the Ku Klux Klan" as neighborhood peace-keepers.
During the post-Civil War Reconstruction era, African American social reformer Frederick Douglas lived the last 18 years of his life in the Anacostia area of Washington, DC, where he bought a Victorian mansion and married a white woman, activities unheard of for most African American men of his time.
Scott, only six African-Americans have served in the Senate since the post-Civil War Reconstruction era.
Although most of the buildings at Martyrs' Square were razed in post-Civil War reconstruction, its central statue remains and its bronze bodies host multiple meanings.
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