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Despite the citizenship granted by the Snyder Act of 1924 that allowed Native Americans to vote, states used all of the following to prevent Native Americans from voting EXCEPT A. jail terms. B. poll taxes. C. intimidation. D. literacy tests.
Despite the citizenship granted by the Snyder Act of 1924 that allowed Native Americans to vote, states used all of the following to prevent Native Americans from voting EXCEPT: jail terms.
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Despite the citizenship granted by the Snyder Act of 1924 that allowed Native Americans to vote, states used all of the following to prevent Native Americans from voting EXCEPT: jail terms.
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