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I don't believe the Iraqi reconstruction was as much of a success as the Southern Reconstruction because the Iraqis have to physically rebuild everything: infrastructure, economy, etc. They also have very little support, with the U.S. Being the only supporters. Also, the whole country was completely demolished, whereas, the south was only a half of the U.S. and therefore, could afford the assistance of the North.
I believe that the Southern Reconstruction was a success because overall as a country, we're a lot better than how many years ago. I mean yes, at first, the South did not want to cooperate with the laws given to the slaves and had formed groups against those laws, however, over time, the country as a whole fought through it, and we are still currently making progress.
Well, I think that voter IDs should be somewhat necessary because people shouldn't be able to vote more than once. However, there are other ways to use as identification such as a Driver's License, however most people don't have a Driver's License and I do believe Voter IDs should be issued. So therefore, even with both a Driver's License and a Voter ID, we can recognize which people are legal or illegal.
Homelessness is a big issue that I see in this world. In any big city, you will find homeless people on a lot of roads or under bridges. I think that more homeless shelters should open up to help these people. However, I don't think we have enough money to do that stuff.
I am probably a good person but I haven't taken the time to fill out my profile, so you'll never know!