• anonymous
Why did the Democratic Party try to prevent African Americans from voting in the years following the Civil War?
  • schrodinger
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  • anonymous
A. A large majority of African Americans supported Lincoln’s efforts to reconstruct the nation, while Democrats did not. B. A large majority of African Americans were active voters who strongly supported the Republican Party. C. Most Democrats believed that since most African Americans were not educated, they were not intelligent enough to make good voting decisions. D. Most Democrats disagreed with the desegregation of society and wanted African Americans to remain in servitude.
  • tpaulus
I'm thinking B.

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