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With the end of the Civil War, came a number of unanswered questions Reconstruction would attempt to answer for the South. While the South underwent economic, political and social changes for a short period, old traditions continued to persist resulting in racist sentiment.
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Sobotka, Lauren H., "Assessing Reconstruction: Did the South Undergo Revolutionary Change?" (2015). Student Publications. 316.
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This paper was written for HIST 339: Old South to New South, Spring 2015.