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Chapter 16: African American Voting Behavior in Subsequent Elections through Disenfranchisement, 1868–1920
Chapter 16: African American voting behavior in subsequent elections through disenfranchisement, 1868–1920

Consensus abounds among historians, political scientists, sociologists, and scholars working in the new area of American Political Development that the third presidential election after the Civil War, 1876, became the moment, at least nationally, when the suffrage rights for the freedmen ...

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