19 States Are One Party Domains

Democracy is being eroded

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The Voting Rights Act Was Passed in 1965

I didn’t know the Voting Rights Act was so recent. 1965 wasn’t so long ago.

In 2013, the Act was gutted by the Supreme Court

One reason voting rights for Black Americans didn’t happen after the war, was the resistance from…




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