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What do the 14th Amendment and the Civil Rights Act of 1866 have in common? a.They were laws President Andrew Johnson supported to punish south slave owners. b.They were attempts by President Abraham Lincoln to end regional and racial divisions. c.They were efforts by Congress to solve economic problems in the South. d.They were ways Congress sought to guarantee blacks the full rights of citizenship.

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FlossieLasseigne566

The answer is C. Because it was congress who passed the 14th amendment

princesslashon7

The most obvious connection between the 14th Amendment and the Civil Rights Act of 1866, is that they were both intended to help blacks and newly freed slaves be protected in the US. So I would have to say the answer is going to be D. Mark Me Brainiest Please

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