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Literacy tests were designed to see if a registered voter: a. owned property c. was old enough to vote b. could read and write d. understood the issues involved in the election
Weegy: Answer: Literacy tests were designed to see if registered voter: b. [ could read and write A literacy test, in the context of United States political history, refers to the government practice of testing the literacy of potential citizens at the federal level, and potential voters at the state level. The federal government first employed literacy tests as part of the immigration process in 1917. A federal immigration literacy test had been proposed several times earlier, but adoption had been blocked by Presidential vetoes,[1] and by Congress members seeking support from immigrant voters.[2] Southern state legislatures employed literacy tests as part of the voter registration process as early as the late 19th century. Literacy tests, along with poll taxes and extra-legal intimidation,[3] were used to deny suffrage to African-Americans. The first formal voter literacy tests were introduced in 1890. Whites were exempted from the literacy test if they could meet alternate requirements (the grandfather clause) that, in practice, excluded blacks.[citation needed] These included demonstrating political competence in person or showing descent from someone who was eligible to vote before 1867[citation needed] (the post-Civil War civil rights constitutional amendments 13, 14, and 15 were enacted in 1865, 1868, and 1870, respectively). en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Literacy_test ] (More)
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In the ____, the two top vote getters in a direct primary face one another, with the winner receiving the nomination
Weegy: In the runoff primary, the two top vote getters in a direct primary face one another, with the winner receiving the nomination. User: Who can vote in a Republican closed primary election? a. a Democrat c. an Independent b. a Republican d. anyone qualified to vote Weegy: a. a Democrat can vote in a Republican closed primary election. (More)
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The election that takes place to determine the nominee for each party is known as the ____________ election. a. secondary c. seasonal b. primary d. special
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The election that takes place to determine the nominee for each party is known as the PRIMARY election.
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The election that takes place to determine the nominee for each party is known as the ____________ election. a. secondary c. seasonal b. primary d. special
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which of the following is not true concerning the flow of the energy through an ecosystem
Weegy: what are the choices User: Which of the following is not true concerning the flow of energy through an ecosystem? a. Most solar energy is used in photosynthesis. b. Photosynthesis and cellular respiration are performed by plants. c. Not all solar energy is used for photosynthesis. d. Most of the energy from photosynthesis flows out as heat Weegy: d. Most of the energy from photosynthesis flows out as heat User: Most energy enters ecosystems in the form of sunlight. Please select the best answer from the choices provided T F (More)
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TRUE. Most energy enters ecosystems in the form of sunlight.
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