With the ratification of the fifteenth amendment in 1870 the nation belatedly acknowledged the negros hard earned right to citizenship and the franchise the hopeful ex slave believed when first he came into possession of the highly prized ballot that his prayers had been realized and that he was on his way to the promised new freedom this was to be his great opportunity to assume new responsibilities and to enjoy new privileges the ballot was to be the key to a future of progress . An examination of the negros political role in the united states and of the possibilities it offers for exercising power through bloc voting in key areas balance of power the negro vote foreign affairs. The negro vote as an entering wedge in the solid south balance of power the negro vote by henry lee moon 256 pp new york doubleday co 3. Reading balance of power the negro vote the popular collection best sellers report browse more videos . Balance of power the negro vote henry lee moon home worldcat home about worldcat help search search for library items search for lists search for contacts search for a library create lists bibliographies and reviews or search worldcat find items in libraries near you
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