Causual Analysis - The Modern Civil Rights Movement
Analyze the causes and possible effects of the modern Civil Rights Movement using the terms of causuality: remote, contributory, intermediate, and main, as an organizing vehicle.
The Declaration of Independence defined the promise of America - freedom and equality for all Americans. Yet, prior to the execution of the Emancipation Proclamation, in 1863, African Americans were still enslaved. Even after the Civil War ended, they were still required to fight for educational, social, and political equality. The modern Civil Rights Movement was at a peak from 1955 to 1965. There were sever…
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