Strom Thurmond Filibustered Voting Rights. 64 Years Later, Advocates Want Senate Action

Strom Thurmond Filibustered Voting Rights. 64 Years Later, Advocates Want Senate Action
The longest filibuster by an individual senator, Strom Thurmond's opposition to the 1957 Civil Rights Act, paved the way for current anti-voting rights obstruction. Picking up the mantle from the ancestors, modern-day voting rights advocates continue to push for Congressional action.

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