Lecture 10_29 - Civil War Amendments 13 Amendment 14...

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Civil Rights Civil Rights Quiz Definition Historical Timeline: African Americans Historical Timeline: Women
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American Values Survey Dr. Morris’s Panel Survey http://internetpoll.net Win prizes!
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Quiz A person appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court is appointed for a term of ________. If a person is indicted for a crime, name two rights which he has. If the two houses of Congress do not agree on adjournment, who sets the time?
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Quiz Of the original thirteen states, the one with the largest representation in the first Congress was ______? The Constitution limits the size of the District of Columbia to ________?
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Civil Rights “Civil rights are government guarantees of equality for people in the United States with regard to judicial proceedings, the exercise of political rights, treatment by public officials, and access to and enjoyment of the benefits of government programs.”
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Enslavement Colonial Period U.S. Constitution Dred Scott v. Sanford (1857)
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Abolitionist Movement Underground Railroad Newspapers Civil War
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Unformatted text preview: Civil War Amendments 13 Amendment 14 Amendment 15 Amendment Reconstruction Black Political Power Black Economic Power Black Social and Cultural Freedom Backlash Northern troops pulled out Extreme violence Rise of Ku Klux Klan Racial Segregation “Jim Crow” laws Supreme Court rulings: Plessy v. Ferguson (1896) Civil Rights Movement NAACP (1909) Court strategy: Brown v. Board of Education (1954) Civil disobedience Congressional strategy Women’s Rights Separate spheres ideology Coverture Republican Motherhood Suffrage Movement (First Wave) Declaration of Sentiments Fractures in the movement 19 Amendment Second Wave of Women’s Movement World War II Link with CRM Civil Rights Act of 1964 NOW (1966) Equal Rights Amendment Congress passed 1972 Needed grassroots campaign – why? 35 states ratified Women’s Rights Court strategy Congressional strategy...
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