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All of the following are examples of how a local jurisdiction may have tried to inhibit African-Americans from voting prior to the Voting Rights Act, except:

Poll Taxes
Literacy Tests
Intimidation and Violence
Skin Color Comparison Tests

Is the answer poll taxes?

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