What Happened after the Civil War?

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After the civil war the slaves were set free and the South started a lengthy phase of reconstruction. This included reconstructing the economic and political structure of the South as has been detailed at .
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After the civil war the slaves were freed, the south began the lengthy reconstruction period which included rebuilding the political and economic structure of the South.
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A very complex situation, which varied wildly from location to location across the former Confederate states. Perhaps the most general outcome was that a good percentage stayed on
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