As a result of some former Confederate states’ refusal to ratify the Fourteenth Amendment, A) Congress established military

As a result of some former Confederate states’ refusal to ratify the Fourteenth Amendment,
A) Congress established military rule in the South.
B) Congress changed the ratification process.
C) those states reluctantly rejoined the Union.
D)the amendment was not ratified for many years.

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  1. "As a result of some former Confederate states' refusal to ratify the Fourteenth Amendment," 
    Possible answer = Congress established military rule in the South.

  2. its a, and for the person who answer before me, its rude to answer just for the points and not even help the other person. that's just rude.

    Explanation:

  3. Congress established military rule

    Explanation:

    Southern states were divided into districts ran by military generals, etc. took the test. Furthermore, they didn't rejoin the Union as they never left, but simply rebelled (per President Lincoln)

  4. congress established military rule in the south. congress changed the ratification process. those states reluctantly rejoined the union. the amendment was not ratified for many years.

    Explanation:

    found it on a really sus website

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