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The Voting Rights Act of 1965 was an example of successful implementation due to all of the following factors EXCEPT
the U.S. Congress passed a law with a clear goal: register qualified African-American voters in the South.
only one bureaucratic agency, the Department of Justice, was charged with implementation.
anyone who interfered with the federal registrar's work faced penalties.
the law was popular with most Southern members of Congress who assisted with its implementation.
hundreds of federal works were spread out among the Southern counties to register as many African American's as possible.