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One vote doesn't really matter, right? Class members investigate the concept of voter rights and restrictions using the 1973 Supreme Court case White v. Regester. They view a short video and work in pairs to analyze how people create voting districts and select members of government. Using their new knowledge, they discover why voting is so vital to American democracy.
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