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GA Studies Unit 7

GA during 20th centrury during and before WW2

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The Populist poitician best known for introducing the Rural Free Delivery Bill Tom Watson
Laws passed to estabilsh "separate-but-equal" facilities enforcing segregation in public accommodations were called Black Codes
The voting rights of African Americans in Georgia in the early 1900s were restricted by gerrymandering, grandfather clauses, and poll taxes
Which Civil Rights leader believed in the education of the top ten percent or the "Talented Tenth" of the African american population to provide leaders for the future. W.E.B. DuBois
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