Civil Rights - Civil Rights Trent Locke He was Senate...

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Civil Rights 26/11/2007 11:04:00 Trent Locke He was Senate majority leader He is republican He is 2 nd  ranking republican in the Senate He resigned from the Senate Social Action Perspective of the Civil Rights Movement Frustration with the lack of follow-through of the court decisions led to the  rising of social action 1955 Montgomery Bus Boycott Introduced to the world, Martin Luther King Jr. King created Southern Christian Leadership Conference He wrote Letters from Birmingham Jail He emphasized the importance of Civil Disobedience and Non-violence like  Gandhi Civil Disobedience = obligation to disobey the law if the law is unjust 1963 Albany The Civil Rights movement came to standstill in 1963 Prior to Birmingham, the movement came to Albany Civil Disobedience was very effective only because the other side responded 
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