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One step that helped clear the way for African American suffrage was the Supreme Court’s ruling that at least some functions of political parties are a. outside the requirements of the 15th
Amendment. b. illegal. c. preferable to others. d. public, not private
One step that helped clear the way for African American suffrage was the Supreme Court’s ruling that at least some functions of political parties are? Answer: a. outside the requirements of the 15th Amendment.
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