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The United States has suffered from racial tensions well into the Twentieth century.
I agree that the United States suffered from racial tensions well into the Twentieth century. Throughout the 20th century many white people believed that blacks should be separated from whites, causing much animosity between the two. Blacks experienced stereotyping, unequal opportunities, and discrimination. A man who shows racial tension was the reverend Martin Luther King Jr., in his speech "I have a Dream." He tried to show America the problems that were going on with blacks and whites.
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- The United States has suffered from racial tensions well into the Twentieth century.
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