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Voting for Change

King believed that the situation would not change until more blacks voted in elections. Although they had the legal right to vote, very few blacks were registered, and many states had rules that made it difficult for them to register and vote. King believed that most of the states' voter registration requirements should be removed.

What did King do?

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