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Follow Up Activity World War II had many effects on the civil rights movements in the 50’s and 60’s. Although African Americans made many improvements during the war, the situation in America still wasn’t equal. Many blacks wondered why they were allowed to die for America but still not allowed the same rights or benefits as white people after the war ended. The end of the war turned the nations attention back to the search of
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Unformatted text preview: minorities for equality. After the war ended, new strategies of civil disobedience started being used such as boycotts, “freedom rides”, strikes, and marches. Also, after the war the Supreme Court started making the biggest decisions in the civil rights movement, such as the Brown decision, the Voting Act, and the Civil Rights Act....
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This note was uploaded on 10/26/2009 for the course ENGLISH 0058 taught by Professor Upadhyay during the Spring '09 term at Maharishi.

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