Civil Rights During the Cold War

Civil Rights during the Cold War covers the turbulent time in America begining with the landmark Supreme Court ruling of Brown v. Board of Education and culminates with the end of the Cold War. This turbulent time period in America marked the struggles in which civil rights activists challenged the white intransigence, insisting that the U.S. Constitution required racial equality before the law.

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