Letter from constituent sent to Senator John J. Williams regarding the Voting Rights Act

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Senator Williams was often quoted as saying that he believed in giving every citizen the right to vote regardless of race; however, he was against the federal government interfering with state and local elections.

Citation

Wilmington, Delaware, resident. "Letter from constituent sent to Senator John J. Williams regarding the Voting Rights Act." Papers of Senator John J. Williams, University of Delaware Library. Accessed 28 July 2017. http://acsc.lib.udel.edu/items/show/28.

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Title

Letter from constituent sent to Senator John J. Williams regarding the Voting Rights Act

Subject

Suffrage.
Civil Rights.

Description

Senator Williams was often quoted as saying that he believed in giving every citizen the right to vote regardless of race; however, he was against the federal government interfering with state and local elections.

Creator

Wilmington, Delaware, resident

Source

Papers of Senator John J. Williams, University of Delaware Library

Publisher

Association of Centers for the Study of Congress

Date

1965-03-20

Contributor

University of Delaware Library

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Language

English

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Identifier

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Coverage

Wilmington (Del.)