Recent Restrictions Upon Negro Suffrage: The Case of Georgia

@article{Bernd1959RecentRU,
  title={Recent Restrictions Upon Negro Suffrage: The Case of Georgia},
  author={Joseph L. Bernd and L. M. Holland},
  journal={The Journal of Politics},
  year={1959},
  volume={21},
  pages={487 - 513}
}
D URING THE DECADE AND A HALF which has elapsed since the invalidation of the white primary by the U. S. Supreme Court,' advocates of white supremacy in Georgia, as in other states in the deep South, have employed several techniques to keep colored persons away from the ballot boxes. The passage, meanwhile, of the Civil Rights Act of 1957,2 the deliberations of the Eighty-Sixth Congress and the activities of the Civil Rights Commission and the Department of Justice evince an increasingly active… Expand
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