Johnson's Reconstruction Plan
The Bureau offered food, housing, and medical aid as well as established schools. Unfortunately, the Bureau had a lack of funding and could not follow through with it's plans. The Bureau was official cut off in 1872.
Johnson's reaction to this was negative. He did not appreciate the fact that it would invade on the southern states and felt that it would be stripping the Southern States of their rights, which was a cause of the Civil War.
The Civil Rights Bill of 1866
Johnson did not think that this was a good idea, and had originally vetoed the bill. He felt that it would lead to "centralization and the concentration of all legislative power in the national Government".
Andrew Johnson actually backed these codes, as he was from the South and owned slaves for quite some time in a border state. Before running for Vice President, Andrew Johnson was a well-known racist!