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Which of the following describes how the freedmens bureau slaves and poor whites? select all that apply. only 2


a. acted in iegal matters by drawing up labor contracts for fair wages and job security

b. assisted charity groups by setting up schools to promote education

c. redistributed the property of former confederates to freed slaves

d. created positions in congress to protect blacks and poor whites

the answers are a and b

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