On account of race : the Supreme Court, white supremacy, and the ravaging of African American voting rights /
Beginning in 1876, the Court systematically dismantled both the equal protection guarantees of the Fourteenth Amendment, at least for African-Americans, and what seemed to be the guarantee of the right to vote in the Fifteenth. And so, of the more than 500,000 African-Americans who had registered to...
Berkeley, California :
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Evans: Library Stacks
KF4755 .G65 2020
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