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1870 - 15th amendment gave black men the right to vote, but in practice it didn't happen. Loopholes in the amendment allowed whites to prevent blacks from voting. 1919 - Women got the right to vote. 1975 - The Voting Rights Act finally gives black men the real right to vote.

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1776 only white men who owned land could vote.

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I don't know about other countries, but in the United States it has never been legal for white men (or anyone else) under the age of 18 to vote.

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Native people won citizenship in 1924, but the struggle for voting rights stretched on much longer. It took until 1964 to guarantee that right in every state.

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in 1870 :)

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