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How did the Civil Rights Act of 1866 become law?
There was a lot of controversy over whether or not to give African Americans rights. After 2 months of disputing back and forth, Congress passed the Civil rights acts of 1866 which gave them citizenship and forbade states from passing discriminatory laws, like the black codes.
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Why was the Civil Rights Act of 1866 extraordinary?
It made discrimination in state laws illegal.
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Why did the Radical-led Congress pass the Civil Rights Act of 1866?
It was a response to the “black codes” and the neo-slavery system created by unrepentant southern legislatures.
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The Civil Rights Act of 1866
made discrimination in state laws illegal.
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Why did Andrew Johnson resist the Civil Rights Act of 1866 and the Fourteenth Amendment? Select one: a. Johnson believed that his Republican supporters would never vote for him again if he backed equal rights for African Americans. b. Johnson knew that these laws would only encourage terrorist organizations to form in opposition to them. c. Johnson felt that by stating the rights of African Americans, state governments would be able to exploit legal loopholes. d. Johnson felt that these laws did not grant equal rights to African Americans, and thus pushed for further legislation. e. Johnson strongly supported states’ rights and felt that these laws did not allow states to manage their own affairs.
e. Johnson strongly supported states’ rights and felt that these laws did not allow states to manage their own affairs
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Title VIII exemptions. The Fair Housing Act allows for exemptions under a few specific circumstances. These are: Jones v. Mayer. In 1968, the Supreme Court ruled in Jones v. Mayer that all discrimination in selling or renting residential property based on race is prohibited under the provisions of the Civil Rights Act of 1866. Thus, while the Federal Fair Housing Act exempts certain kinds of discrimination, anyone who feels victimized by discrimination based on race may seek legal recourse under the 1866 law.
A privately owned single-family home where no broker is used and no discriminatory advertising is used, with certain additional conditions. Rental of an apartment in a 1-to-4-unit building where the owner is also an occupant, provided the advertising is not discriminatory. Facilities owned by private clubs and leased non-commercially to members. Facilities owned by religious organizations and leased non-commercially to members, provided membership requirements are not discriminatory.
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