The 22nd Amendment, which established term limits for the Presidency of the United States, passed with some bipartisan support.
Although President Johnson had earlier admitted the former Confederate States of America, Congress refused to seat their congressional delegations until passing HR1058 along party lines.
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The Senate failed, barely, to secure a two-thirds majority in favor of convicting President Andrew Johnson