Humanities
His105 discussion week 7

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  • The 15th Amendment to the Constitution guaranteed the right to vote for all citizens regardless of "race, color, or previous condition of servitude." If the 15th Amendment already guaranteed the right to vote for all races, why did Congress pass the Voting Rights Act? Why didn't the government just enforce the 15th Amendment?
  • Why did Martin Luther King promote non-violence? How was his policy of non-violence effective?

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History Discussion
The Voting Rights Act
Despite the 15th amendment granting the African-American men right to vote by the late 1870s,
many discriminatory practices were adopted to prevent those men from exercising their right to
vote. This happened especially in the South, and after some years of such discrimination, the
Voting Rights Act of around 1965 was passed having aims to overcome th...

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