Good grief, it's like you're not sure what to make up anymore. There were only 6 CRAs, 3 of them - we know for a fact Democrats stood in favor of in the majority where there exists a detailed voting record. What about the other 3? Please show us the voting records?Well, you're not trying at all. You're just sticking your fingers in your ears.
Which is a snapshot of history, not indicative of the trend. Again, while both parties supported the final 1964 civil rights act, Democrats did not historically support civil rights acts. Fact. Therefore, the driving force behind the progression towards accepting civil rights for all was not driven by Democrats. Fact.
This was already posted in the thread. Asking for it again is just proof that you really haven't been keeping up. There are only 6 CRAs. The ones from the 1900s don't have detailed records. What we know for certain is that Democrats were once again in the majority (which implies that they were needed for the CRAs to pass). You continue to ignore questions that don't fit your narrative. It's fun, but you really need to start answering. Now: How did Southern states vote in the CRAs? How did Northern States vote?But Republicans are? There is very nearly as much racist history in the Northern Democrats history as the southern.
How did Democrats vote in every civil rights act leading up to that point?