What Is the Definition of the Compromise of 1877?

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The Compromise of 1877 refers to an alleged unofficial, unwritten agreement that settled the disputed 1876 US presidential election and also ended the reconstruction in the south. The compromise included Democrats who had the House of Representatives on their side permitting the verdict of the Electoral Commission to be affected.
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