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"To what extent had african americans acheived equal civil rights by 1940?" A reviw of the civil rights and treatment of blacks in pre-civil-war America.
To What Extent Had African Americans Achieved Equal Civil Rights by 1940?
The civil rights of black Americans have improved greatly since the first pioneers
of the civil rights movement began their quest for equality. Though most people associate
black civil rights with the radical movements of the 1950's and 60's, the African American
fight for equal human rights had actually begun almost two hundred years earlier.
In 1776, the white American colonists demanded freedom from the rule of the
British Empire with their Declaration of Independence. However, few slave owners
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