Hofstra Law students have full access to this unique and rich database of materials covering every era in the history of African-American voters, from the Colonial period through 2008, with charts and graphs to enhance the story. Chapters on each historical period include supporting statistical data from both the North and South on registration, voter turnout, and electoral impact in addition to suffrage, enfranchisement and disenfranchisement, poll taxes, voting rights activism and the Voting Rights Act. A wonderful resource for legal, political, and cultural history, the African American Electorate: A Statistical History is part of the CQ Press Electronic Library created by Congressional Quarterly, Inc. It is available to all Hofstra students through the University portal.
To access this Axinn Library database from the Hofstra University website, start here. Click on the "Research Databases" tab, then on "click here to browse the full A-Z list." At the Hofstra portal login page, use your network login to proceed. Then select "CQ The African American Electorate: A Statistical History" from the alphabetical list under "C".
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