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Civil rights have always been an important issue during a president's time in office. Different presidents propose various laws and regulations to improve civil rights. The time period and political party to which the presidents belonged, had a direct impact on the type of laws passed. The presidents that served the terms beginning in 1913, 1945, and 1961 showed different views on civil rights issues.
In 1913, Woodrow Wilson of the Democratic Party became president. He said he would deal fairly with the "colored people in every matter; and not mere grudging justice, but justice execut…
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