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Civil Rights Movement
An analysis of the effectiveness of the civil rights movement.
# 120962 | 1,000 words | 11 sources | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in African-American Studies (Civil Rights)

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An account of the effectiveness of the civil rights movement, with reference to specific events in the movement and the strategies and objectives used by both sides.

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"The evolution of civil rights as a political concept and as a legislative agenda was highly unlikely in the first part of the century. Litwack argues that white southern fears of uppity, troublesome, ambitious and independent-minded black men and women who had not yet learned the rituals of deference and submission were embedded into the culture of the post-Reconstruction, Jim Crow South. Civil rights as a concept was belied by what from the contemporary standpoint seem to be shocking statistics. In the late nineteenth and early twentieth..."

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