According to the passage, the Voting Rights Act was passed
In response to the violence in the South.
As a tribute to President Kennedy.
To win the support of African American voters.
To alienate white voters in the South.
The passage states (in the first sentence) that Lyndon Johnson felt compelled to pass a Voting Rights Act because of the violence in the South.
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