Reminder to the Jewish Voters in Georgia

In the 1968 election in Georgia, Democrats were worried about the way that Jews would vote because they were originally from the North. A reminder was published in the Constitution about how the Jews should vote. This source was found in, Strangers Within the Gate City: the Jews of Atlanta 1845-1945 from the Library of Congress.

"The man of that race, who, after reading the following order, will vote for Grant … becomes the instrument of his own degradation, and is unworthy longer to be called an Israelite."

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