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Last week, the actor James Woods tweeted a video about the history of the Democratic Party:

Dr Carol Swain, Professor of Political Science and Law at Vanderbilt University, guides us through the Democrats’ murky past in this short video, which is just under six minutes long:

Discover who prevented blacks from improving their lives, whether after Reconstruction (post-Civil War), in the early 20th century (KKK) or in the 1960s, when Lyndon Baines Johnson created the welfare state to encourage blacks to vote for Democrats ‘for the next 200 years’.

Democrats also did not want to give black Americans the right to vote. Republicans had to encourage them. Those voting rights came in 1965.

Yes, now is the time for all of us to become more interested in politics.

This is an election year. Be aware of history. Be better informed.

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