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How did congress try to counteract the Jim Crow Laws?

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  1. According to this site, Congress did much more to enforce Jim Crow laws than it did to counteract them.

    http://www.pbs.org/wnet/jimcrow/struggle_congress.html

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  2. thankyou Ms.Sue!!!!

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    posted by Erin
  3. You're welcome, Erin.

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