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Chapter 23: African American Registration and Voting in the South, 1944–1965
Chapter 23: African American registration and voting in the south, 1944–1965

This chapter analyzes in empirical terms the re-enfranchisement of the African American electorate after the Supreme Court decision Smith v. Allwright in 1944 outlawed the infamous “White Primary” technique. It considers the role and function of African American and white, individual and organizational ...

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