Keep Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act

From 1865 to 1877 America faced a crossroads.

The country, fragmented by the Civil War, had to grapple with what to do with freed African American slaves. Many Republicans wanted a full integration of Blacks into society, including the right to vote and own land, while many Democrats favored the Black Codes, which some viewed as slavery under another name.

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