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Module 5 Short Responses – Question 1 In the space below, specify which historical lens you'd like to use for this exercise. I will be using the political lens to show the effect that the Fourteenth Amendment had on southern state law. Module 5 Short Responses – Question 2 Next, formulate a research question about the civil rights movement (historical time from 1954 – 1968), using the lens you've chosen. When the Fourteenth Amendment was passed, providing equal protection and due process, how did the southern states who wished to continue segregation adjust their laws? Module 5 Short Responses – Question 3 First, go back and review the research question you developed in Step 1. For Step 2, first name two different primary sources that you might use to answer that question. Be as specific as you can. Your primary sources should be found using the Shapiro Library. My first primary source will be the transcript of Plessy Vs. Ferguson in 1896. My second primary source will be a book by Leslie Brown and Anne Valk called Living with Jim Crow: African American Women and Memories of the Segregated South. (2010) Module 5 Short Responses – Question 4 Next, name two different secondary sources you could use to answer your research question. Again, be as specific as you can. Your secondary sources should be found using the Shapiro Library. My first secondary source is the Southern Reaction to the Proposal of the Fourteenth Amendment by Joseph B. James. (1956) The next secondary source will be The Fourteenth Amendment and the "Separate but Equal" Doctrine by Joseph S.

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