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Civil Liberties, Civil Rights GOV 310         Lecture 15          Keith
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and the questions are… Is Affirmative Action constitutional? What are the specific laws on separation of church and state?
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Lecture Outline I. Civil Rights: equal citizenship II. Civil Liberties: protection of individualism III. Bill of Rights A. Incorporation of the Bill of Rights to the States B. Implicit Rights C. Provisions of the Bill of Rights
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I. Civil Rights—Equal Citizenship How has our nation addressed equality? Equality in the Constitution Equality in the Supreme Court Equality in Legislation Equality in Executive Action
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Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, 1954 and 1955 Supreme Court rejected the separate-but-equal doctrine Segregation to be ended “with all deliberate speed”. The Court approved several remedies to achieve integration, including busing, racial quotas
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CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT The advancement of racial equality required political mobilization Political mobilization met massive resistance from a culture used to centuries of white supremacy
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Lecture Outline I.
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