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ERIC Number: ED051354
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 198
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Race Relations in the USA, 1954-68. Keesing's Research Report, Number 4.
Contents of this report on the development of the civil rights movement include: (1) Introduction--the economic and social status of Negroes in 1952, Negro movements for civil rights, the Ku Klux Klan; (2) Racial desegregation in education, 1954-57; (3) The Little Rock Crisis, 1957-59; (4) Continued desegregation in education, 1958-64; (5) Measures to end racial segregation in public amenities, 1954-63, including: court rulings, 1952-55; administrative measures, 1953-55; anti-integration moves in southern states, 1957; Supreme Court rulings, 1958-60; cut in Negro welfare services in Louisiana; Federal counter-action; and, continued desegregation of public facilities, 1961-63; (6) The Civil Rights Acts of 1957, 1960, and 1964--Civil Rights Commission's reports--Federal action on Civil Rights; (7) The Civil Rights movement and urban riots, 1960-65; (8) The Voting Rights Act of 1965--other civil rights legislation and developments, 1966-68; (9) Further agitation by Civil Rights movement, 1966-68; and, (10) The death of Martin Luther King, Junior. (JM)
Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, N.Y. ($6.95)
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