Black Electoral Representation in Mississippi 1966-1967

Black Electoral Representation in Mississippi 1966-1967
Toward a Broader Understanding of Black Political Power: a Reevaluation of the effects of the Voting Rights Act and its impact on Black Electoral Representation in Mississippi 1966-1967

What factors led to the first African American, Robert Clark, being elected to the Mississippi State House in 1967.

Compare the factors {Voting Rights Act, Single District vs. Multi-member district, Social Action Organization (NAACP SNCC), or Independent Political Organizations (Mississippi Freedom Political Party).} that lead to the first African American being elected in the racially divided Mississippi and ranked those factor.

 

 

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