Hillary Clinton and the myth of the 19th Amendment.

Hillary Clinton and the myth of the 19th Amendment.:

 "After ratification of the 19th Amendment, millions of other women, most significantly black Americans in the South, remained disenfranchised. The 15th Amendment, ratified in 1870, had attempted to combat racial discrimination in voting but left open voter-suppression measures such as poll taxes, literacy tests, and grandfather clauses, all of which Southern states used as obstacles to prevent black men—and, after 1920, black women—from participating in electoral politics. At the same time, Latinas and American Indians who did not speak and write English were refused ballots in cities and states where they constituted a significant share of the population, including Texas, Arizona, Florida, Alaska, and New York City."