POL Concepts 2

POL Concepts 2 - Guinn Case-1915 In order to be able to...

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Guinn Case-1915- In order to be able to vote, your grandfather must have voted NAACP-created to end mob violence, lynching , and segregation-1909 -W.E.B. DuBois and 4 white men -published The Crisis- to persuade government to do something about lynching -lobby, protest, propaganda- only way to bring about change Booker T. Washington- blacks shouldn’t protest because it was going to anger whites Marcus Garvey- called for black nationalism- 1920 “go back to Africa” movement Gunner Myrdal- wrote book on race relations – America has a dilemma- segregate or integrate Intelligent understanding of situation is necessary for intelligent action A. Phillip Randolph-laborer and civil rights leader March on Washington- his strategy to challenge lynching and segregation Woodrow Wilson- segregated various depts. of the government Harry Truman- desegregated the military-1948 Litigation- using lawsuits to bring about change De jure segregation- prescribed by law- found in the south De facto segregation- not prescribed by law- found in the north
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2008 for the course POL 142 taught by Professor Jones during the Spring '08 term at Miami University.

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