govern ch 8 - Ch 17 1. The civil rights movements of the...

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Ch 17 1. The civil rights movements of the 1950s and 1960s confronted the social and political legacy of slavery. a.True 2. Equality of starting conditions - There should be a level playing field for all individuals, and this can be achieved through the provision of federal assistance to the poor and disadvantaged Equality between groups - Elimination of disparities between segments of society. Equality of opportunity - Everyone should have the same chance to develop their talents and abilities. 3. Please indicate whether each of these issues is associated with equality of opportunity or equality of results. (3points) Sharing of income Equality of opportunity The development of individual talents Equality of opportunity Sharing of material rewards Equality of results 4. The famous "I Have A Dream Speech" was delivered by which of the following civil rights activitists? b. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 5.
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2010 for the course GOVERNMENT 5545 taught by Professor Rimens during the Fall '09 term at El Centro College.

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govern ch 8 - Ch 17 1. The civil rights movements of the...

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