Abstract The civil rights activism has been an issue of contention through the country’s history largely due to the multicultural diversity of the United States population. One of the essential civils rights is the right to vote. Women African American and the Indian American have been single groups which have been widely affected by right of voting. This essay assess the right of voting throughout the American history the various groups and leaders who have contributed to its success and the impact is has in the current modern society. Assessment Artifact Paper: The right to vote Name Course Institution Lecturer Table of Contents TOC \o "1-3" \h \z \u Overview of the right to right to vote PAGEREF _Toc507820935 \h 3Leaders and opponents of the right to vote PAGEREF _Toc507820936 \h 4Groups affected by the right to vote PAGEREF _Toc507820937 \h 5African American right to vote PAGEREF _Toc507820938 \h Finkelman P. (2007). Scott v. Sandford: The Court's most dreadful case and how it changed history. Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 82 3. Salvatore S. (2007). Civil Rights In America: Racial Voting Rights A National Historic Landmarks Theme Study. National Conference of State Historic Preservation Officers Consultant. Retrieved from https://www.nps.gov/subjects/tellingallamericansstories/upload/CivilRights_VotingRights.pdf Dickson. (2014). The People's Government: An Introduction to Democracy. Cambridge University Press. Dingemans N. A. (2015). Letting Their Voices be Heard: Black Female Activism in the American Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s-1960s (Master's thesis). Office of the secretary of state. (2008). History of Voting in America. Retrieved from https://www.sos.wa.gov/_assets/elections/history-of-voting-in-america-timeline.pdf Miller G. (2008). Women's suffrage political responsiveness and child survival in American history. The Quarterly Journal of Economics 123(3) 1287-1327. Braun S. & Kvasnicka M. (2013). Men women and the ballot: Gender imbalances and suffrage extensions in the United States. Explorations in Economic History 50(3) 405-426. American civil liberties Union. (2005). Voting Rights Act Timeline. Retrieved from https://www.aclu.org/files/assets/voting_rights_act_timeline20111222.pdf [...]
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