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Poll Tax Tax on African Americans to prevent black from voting
16Th Amendment Allow congress to create income tax to increase government revenue
17th Amendment Allowed Americans to directly vote for their senators
18 Amendment Prohibition that banned the sale and manufacture of alcohol.
poll tax tax on African Americans to prevent blacks from voting
literacy test test given to African Americans to see if they could read or write
Grandfather Clause If an ancestor was able to vote then you can vote
Jim Crow Laws Laws in the South to enforce segregation
Plessy vs. Ferguson Supreme Court case that legalized segregation
Booker T. Washington Created Tuskegee Institute to advance blacks econimically
Created by: careconn