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Who voted against Medicare in 1965?

  George H. W. Bush, Barry Goldwater, Bob Dole, Gerald Ford, Strom Thurmond and Donald Rumsfeld were a few of the big ones, Ronald Regan, although he didn't vote was the (MORE)

Why was voting rights act successful?

It was successful since the goal was clear (to register large numbers of African-American voters), its implementation was straightforward (sending out people to register them) (MORE)

How did world war 1 help women get the right o vote?

During WWI men ages 18 to 45 were required to join the armed forces, when this happened a need for workers opened up. So the women stepped up along with African Americans and (MORE)