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  • Author:
    William T. Martin Riches
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    0230237061
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    978-0230237063
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    Palgrave Macmillan; 3 edition (May 15, 2010)
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The Civil Rights Movement in the United States struggled to create a nation.

The Civil Rights Movement in the United States struggled to create a nation. The Civil War ended de jure slavery but it needed the movement to dismantle laws designed to keep African Americans subordinated to white power. In this compelling introduction.

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It challenges the view that the Movement died in 1968 and that coalitions with other groups damaged the gains of the African American community.

The Civil Rights Movement book . In this compelling introduction, William T. Martin Riches analyses the way African Americans developed a mass movement after World War II and overthrew state-enforced racial segregation despite fierce resistance from whites. Martin Riches analyses the way African Americans developed a mass movement after World War II and overthrew s The Civil Rights Movement in the United States struggled to create a nation.

William T. Martin Riches shows how the black community used th. .ISBN13:9781137564818.

The Civil Rights Movement. Struggle and Resistance. William Riches chronicles the growth of the mass movement from its origins in less well documented battles for civil liberties, through to its eventual success with the destruction of a de jure segregated society. William T. Martin Riches. Part of the Studies in Contemporary History book series (SCH). ChaptersTable of contents (9 chapters). AboutAbout this book. America American politics bibliography chronology Clinton, Bill event growth mass politics resistance society transformation. Bibliographic information. Riches emphasises how the movement influenced others seeking justice in America, and evaluates the coalitions formed to preserve gains threatened by the. Martin Riches shows how the black community used the institutions created by de jure . Martin Riches shows how the black community used the institutions created by de jure segregation to overcome apartheid and white resistance. Riches emphasises their influence on other groups demanding justice in America and warns that recent events and administrations have endangered the gains made by the movement.

The Civil Rights Movement in the United States struggled to create a nation. The Civil War ended de jure slavery but it needed the movement to dismantle laws designed to keep African Americans subordinated to white power. In this compelling introduction, William T. Martin Riches analyses the way African Americans developed a mass movement after World War II and overthrew state-enforced racial segregation despite fierce resistance from whites. Riches emphasizes how the movement influenced others seeking justice in America, and evaluates the coalitions formed to preserve gains threatened by the rise of the New Right.Thoroughly revised and updated in the light of the latest scholarship, the third edition of The Civil Rights Movement: • sets the movement in its broader context• stresses the changing role of black women, and their problems with the women's movement and black nationalism• demonstrates the positive influence on some white southerners• explores the key role played by the state and federal judiciaries• assesses the administrations of George W. Bush • examines the rise of Neo-Conservatism• covers the presidential election campaign of 2008 and analyses Barack Obama's first months in office.

The Civil Rights Movement will be essential reading for students and scholars of American History and American Studies.