Why did the radical Republicans reject the 10% plan

Why did the radical Republicans reject the 10% plan

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  1. The Ten Percent Plan required that A ten percent of a state's voters take a loyalty oath to the Union. ... The Radical Republicans rejected the Ten Percent Plan because they believed that A the Confederate states had committed no crime by seceding.

  2. They believed that A the Confederate states had committed no crime by seceding

    Explanation:

    The Radical Republicans rejected the Ten Percent Plan because they believed that A the Confederate states had committed no crime by seceding. By the Constitution implied that the president should direct Reconstruction.

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  5. Why did the Radical Republicans reject the Ten Percent Plan? They believed that the Confederate states had committed no crime by seceding. They believed that the Constitution implied that the President should direct Reconstruction. They believed that African Americans should be granted full citizenship.

  6. The reason why the radical republicans rejected the ten percent plan is because they wanted to punish the South more heavily--by forcing at least half of the entire Southern population to swear allegiance to the Union, among other things. 

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