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6 July, 21:54

Why were whites in Mississippi afraid of African American voting rights?

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A. Most African Americans would support Democratic candidates.

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B. There were fewer African Americans than whites in population and

in state government.

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C. The U. S. Army didn't leave Mississippi after 1877.

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D. There were more African Americans than whites in population and

in state government.

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  1. 6 July, 23:11
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    is Act was passed in order to keep escaped slaves from being returned to their masters through abduction by federal marshals or bounty hunters.

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    The primary factors for migration among southern African Americans were segregation, an increase in the spread of racist ideology, widespread lynching (nearly 3,500 African Americans were lynched between 1882 and 1968), and lack of social and economic opportunities in the South.
  2. 6 July, 23:18
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    There were more African Americans than whites in population and in state government,
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