Blacks in Political Parties
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An analysis of the history of black participation in political parties that shows it is directly linked to civil rights issues. The paper discusses the shift among black voters from the Republican Party after the Civil War, to the Democratic Party. The paper explains the causes of the shift.
From the Paper:"The history of black participation in the political process has been one full of false starts and stumbles, of promises broken and dreams deferred. When Abraham Lincoln issued the emancipation proclamation, he won the hearts and minds of blacks for the Republican party. During the period of Reconstruction after the Civil War, a number of blacks were elected to public office as Republicans. A century later, over ... percent of blacks vote for the Democratic Party in national elections. This paper will outline the history of black political participation in..."
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