Unformatted text preview: compares it to the previous civil rights movements for blacks, gays, and women. He also recognizes the progressive and liberals for the now widely accepted and acclaimed civil rights movements. By doing this Singer is not only finding a common ground with his opponent within the civil rights movements, but he is also identifying with progressives and liberals today that think they stand for those kinds of issues. He forms a coalition with the people that accept the previous civil rights movements in the people that find themselves progressive in civil rights and those tending to be more conservative who may have not initially been the frontrunners but now accept the universally accepted ideas....
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This note was uploaded on 05/03/2008 for the course ENGL 1312 taught by Professor Jacobs during the Spring '08 term at UT Arlington.
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