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Chapter 22: African American Registration and Voting in the South, 1920–1944
Chapter 22: African American registration and voting in the south, 1920–1944

The African American electorate in the South, men and women, made numerous efforts to re-enfranchise themselves after the Era of Disenfranchisement had stripped their Fifteenth and Nineteenth Amendment suffrage rights. In 1920–1921, reinvigorated by the influx of African American women voters, they formed satellite Republican parties, the ...

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