Voting Patterns of African-Americans
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This paper looks at the history of voting among African-Americans in the United States from the time of Reconstruction to the present, examining some of the critical Supreme Court decisions and their ramifications.
From the Paper:"In the United States the so-called Jim Crow laws also known as the Black Codes were made to enforce racial segregation and included laws that would prevent African-Americans from doing things a white person could do. Jim Jim Crow laws regulated the use of drinking fountains, segregated seating on public transportation and varied among different communities throughout the United States. The first such law was passed in to stop blacks in Virginia from voting or owning property. After the American Civil War during the..."
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