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"I say, now is the time to press this right. It may be asked, "Why do you want it? Some men have got along very well without it. Women have not this right." Shall we justify one wrong by another? This is a sufficient answer. Shall we at this moment justify the deprivation of the Negro of the right to vote, because someone else is deprived of that privilege?" Which amendment satisfied the goal described in this statement? Fifteenth Amendment Nineteenth Amendment Twenty-fourth Amendment Twenty-sixth Amendment

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  1. anonymous
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    @paki

  2. anonymous
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    A or B.

  3. anonymous
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    A

  4. paki
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    you know about 19tgh amendment :)

  5. anonymous
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    15th amendement

  6. paki
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    not A...

  7. paki
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    it's 19th amendment because it is totally based on women rights...

  8. anonymous
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    Well @LoveMeLikeYouDo you should listen to @paki he has a bigger smartscore

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    0.0

  10. anonymous
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    The passage talks about fighting the government from banning other races like African Americans to vote. The Fifteenth Amendment prohibits federal and state government from not allowing African Americans to vote.

  11. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    I think...

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