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Chapter 19: African American Voters and Electoral Empowerment in the North, 1876–1944: A Mobilizer of the Re-enfranchisement Drive in the South
Chapter 19: African American voters and electoral empowerment in the north, 1876–1944: A mobilizer of the re-enfranchisement drive in the south

Passage and eventual ratification of the Fifteenth Amendment on February 3, 1870, secured its goal, as stated by historian William Gillette: “The primary object of the Amendment was to get the Negro vote in the North, not, ...

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