Why did progress in Civil Rights decline after 1965?
The late 1960s marked a slow down in the progress of the civil rights movement. Whereas, previously organisations such as the SCLC had played a vital part in progression, through non-violent techniques, there was no longer any such strong leadership. President Johnson attempted to overcome some of the problems in the North by proposing several bills, which had varying degrees of success for several reasons.
Originally he had hoped that his 1965 Voting Rights Act would alleviate some of the racial tensions, making it easier for blacks to vote. However, the main problems at this time were be…
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