The eventual successes of voting rights

The eventual successes of voting rights

The eventual successes of voting rights movements are less a testament to the American political system’s capacity to incorporate excluded groups

The eventual successes of voting rights movements are less a testament to the American political system’s capacity to incorporate excluded groups than a reminder of how much that system advantages those defending the status quo. What is truly striking is how long reform generally took, and how partial and fragile it often was when it finally arrived

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