Black panther intimidating voters
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They alleged widespread corruption by the Carpetbaggers, excessive state spending and ruinous taxes.
Meanwhile, public support for Reconstruction policies, requiring continued supervision of the South, faded in the North, largely due to concerns over the Panic of 1873.
Lincoln's last speeches show that he was leaning toward supporting the enfranchisement of all freedmen, whereas Johnson was opposed to this.This sort of voter intimidation demonstrates that, no matter what happens and whatever the polls say, Pennsylvania is more in play than the media suggests.Both John Mc Cain and Barack Obama have visited Pennsylvania in the closing days of the Presidential campaign.A Mc Cain win in Pennsylvania would complicate, if not outright short circuit, Barack Obama’s quest for the Presidency.
[View the video here.] Original Article Topics: Blacks in Charge We welcome comments that add information or perspective, and we encourage polite debate.Things got a little tense in Pennsylvania when two men dressed as Black Panthers stationed themselves outside a Philadelphia polling place.