Answers will vary, but should include reference to the character traits of the two men—both indomitable, scrupulously honest, and judgmental of corruption of any kind. Both felt the cause of abolition and equal rights for African Americans was a calling, and both spent their entire careers working for just that. Discussions should include specific actions taken by these men (and others) to advance that cause.
I didn't get anything this said I'm dumb
i think its the seats lol
The radical Republicans had important roles in the advancing of rights for black Americans.
The radicals were a faction of the Republican party. These Radicals had its ups and downs in their relationship with President Lincoln, and found the case to demand the abolition of slavery.
Among the main Radical figures of the Party were Thaddeus Stevenson, Charles Summer, and Benjamin Wade.
President Lincoln's answer to the Radical's demand on the abolition of slavery was not accepted at the very beginning for one simple reason: States like Kentucky, Missouri, and Delaware -that supported slavery- would have considered joining the Confederacy.