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Grant's Peace Policy and The "New South"

I need assistance in answering the following questions pertaining to developments in the South in the West:

The post-Civil War South has been called the "New South." In what ways did it succeed in reinventing itself? In what ways did it fail?

Describe President Grant's Peace Policy and the subsequent widespread adaptation of the reservation as a solution to the "Indian problem." What was life like on a reservation in, say, 1890?

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Reconstruction and the West

The post-Civil War South has been called the "New South." In what ways did it succeed in reinventing itself? In what ways did it fail?

The origins of the so called "New South" were really only based upon economic changes in the economic system that required for the South to accept new commercial values that were practiced in the North well before the South was forced to accept these new changes. The "New South" relied upon the same manufacturing and industrialized workforce that the North used to crush the ...

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This response addresses several historical issues that emerged after the Civil War ended with President Grant's Peace Policy discussed along with the policies enacted in the "New South".

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