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JAQing Off In Service of Poor Black Women

  Jason Brennan has some questions: What if…people had to pass some sort of test in order to vote? If this sounds suspiciously like old methods folks used to stop minorities from voting decades ago, I’d say you’re hearing the same thing I am and probably making a face like someone just made you eat […]
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