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When one of them suggested the exile or execution of ten or twelve leading rebels to set an example, Johnson replied, “How are you going to pick out so small a number? . ” 427 428 Chapter 16 Reconstruction: An Unfinished Revolution ■ Combative and inflexible, President Andrew Johnson contributed greatly to the failure of his own Reconstruction program. (Library of Congress) Like his martyred predecessor, Johnson followed a path in antebellum politics from obscurity to power. With no formal education, he became a tailor’s apprentice.
Potentially as significant, on March 3, 1865, Congress created the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands—the Freedmen’s Bureau, an unprecedented agency of soFREEDMEN’S cial uplift, necessitated by the ravages BUREAU of the war. Americans had never engaged in federal aid to citizens on such a scale. With thousands of refugees, white and black, displaced in the South, the government continued what private freedmen’s aid societies had started as early as 1862. In the mere four years of its existence, the Freedmen’s Bureau The Meanings of Freedom supplied food and medical services, built several thousand schools and some colleges, negotiated several hundred thousand employment contracts between freedmen and their former masters, and tried to manage confiscated land.
Nothing could be accomplished as long as the “Johnson governments” existed and the southern electorate remained exclusively white. Republicans resolved to form new state governments in the South and enfranchise the freedmen. After some embittered debate in which Republicans and the remaining Democrats in Congress argued over the meaning and memory of the Civil RECONSTRUCTION War itself, the First Reconstruction Act passed in March 1867. This plan, unACTS OF der which the southern states were 1867–1868 actually readmitted to the Union, incorporated only a part of the Radical program.
A People and a Nation : A History of the United States , Volume 2: since 1865 , Seventh Edition by Mary Beth Norton, David M. Katzman, David W. Blight, Howard Chudacoff, Fredrik Logevall