Which of the following statements best explains white Southerners' motivation for working to disenfranchise African Americans voters?
(A) Few emancipated slaves had received sufficient education to be informed citizens.
(B) They wanted to increase the influence of the Republican Party in the Reconstruction-era South.
(C) African Americans began migrating out of the South in large numbers after the Civil War.
(D) The majority or near-majority of the population of most Southern states was African American.
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Sorry for such a late answer, but it's definitely D. After the Civil War, white people realized that blacks had a larger population than they did. It made them feel threatened and so they scrambled to place a bunch of laws to have blacks not have as many rights as white people.
White people sure were scared of being a minority.
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