Government Violence in the United States
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This paper discusses the controversial issue of the United States government's long history of inflicting violence on populations in the 20th century. While much of this violence has been considered justified as a means of maintaining law and order among people, this type of control has received mass protest. The paper further discusses how violence erupted during the civil rights movement of the 1960s; violence was imposed to control protest; and violence has been Congressionally approved through the declaration of war, are all primary examples of the government's propensity toward violent acts. The Civil Rights movement of the 1960s was one the America's most violent times in the 20th century. Black Americans had been subjected to centuries of slavery and horrendous treatment because of prejudice.
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