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Why was the Voting Rights Act of 1965 necessary? Select the two correct answers.
A. Each citizen must be ruled by the same laws.
B. Each citizen must be able to participate in government.
C. Each citizen must have the protections of the Bill of Rights.
D. Each citizen must have equal voting power in federal elections.
E. Each citizen must complete a test or pay a tax to be registered to vote.
I think the 2 answers are C and B

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  1. Or B and D

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