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The Wade Davis Bill of 1864 would have allowed seceded states to reenter the union after the United States Civil War if a majority of white citizens took an oath of allegiance to the United States and the state submitted an acceptable constitution. President Abraham Lincoln killed the bill by Pocket Veto.



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