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To Conclude A Week-Long Series On Voting In America,

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To Conclude A Week-Long Series On Voting In America,

To Conclude A Week-Long Series On Voting In America,

To Conclude A Week-Long Series On Voting In America,

Only Available in Archive Formats.

Wade Goodwyn reports from Atlanta on concerns among black voters and how they may affect voter turnout this fall. Recent Supreme Court decisions, church burnings, and Congressional efforts to cut social programs give black Americans the sense that they are under attack. Some black leaders say the effect will be to motivate more black people to vote in November. Others say just the opposite will happen.

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