27 - Civil Rights II I. Civil Rights Movements II. Title...

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Civil Rights II I. Civil Rights Movements II. Title VII III. Affirmative Action I. The Civil Rights Movement a nonviolent direct action intended to extend the sphere to northern whites. March on Birmingham was captured on video and photographed and showed on the news networks. Many people that weren’t included in this issue realized it was a huge problem. John F. Kennedy wanted to start a legacy to end this corruption. He was assassinated and Lyndon B. Johnson was the next president to continue JKF’s legacy. LBJ, along with Martin Luther King Jr. signed the first Civil Rights Act of 1964; this ended the Jim Crow era. In this act, the national government is given a lead role and the attorney general can begin to sue schools keeping desegregation. Also, it removes employment discrimination. The Voting Rights Act of 1965 gave the national government power to make sure every- one could vote. The attorney general was given power to appoint voting exam- iners. Removing poll tax was difficult until an amendment was made for it.
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This note was uploaded on 07/15/2008 for the course POLS 206 taught by Professor Someonethatwasjusttryingtogettheirdoctorate during the Fall '06 term at Texas A&M.

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