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Rise of Negro Toward Political Power
The Total Vote in the 1944 election is expected to fall well below the record of 50 million votes cast for President in 1940,1 but it is generally believed that more Negroes will cast ballots in November than have ever before participated in a national election. Both major parties are making strong appeals to Negro voters in the present campaign. If Negroes should vote for the candidates of one party ...