• how did african americans help strengthen the republican party in the south

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  • African Americans played a significant role in strengthening the Republican Party in the South. In the late 1960s and 1970s, African American support for the Republican Party grew significantly. African Americans were drawn to the party’s commitment to civil rights, economic opportunity, and limited government. They also saw the Republican Party as more willing to address racial inequality than the Democratic Party. African Americans were active in campaigns to elect Republican candidates, participating in grassroots organizing, registering new voters, and get-out-the-vote efforts. In addition, African Americans contributed financially to Republican political causes, formed close alliances with leading Republicans, and influenced party policy. This involvement helped to grow the Republican Party in the South and create a more inclusive two-party system.

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      Charlie Whitney

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