AP U.S. History 3.3 Period 8: 1945-1980

AP U.S. History 3.3 Period 8: 1945-1980. Which of the following has the most in common with the goals presented in the excerpt?

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AP U.S. HistoryPeriod 8: 1945-1980
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The Civil Rights MovementFederal Measures to Promote Equality
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passage You conclude that in the field of public education

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dog rooms everything is in place seven hundred men going

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a balloon in such a situation you know in the

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pride people bringing a forty minute it's his position in

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a new president klaus at which of the following has

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the most in common with the goals presented in the

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excerpt and hear your potential answers in court a lot

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of dates here Who can you eat All right We'll

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separate but equal was a term used in an effort

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to justify segregation by suggesting that just because people had

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access to separate things didn't mean they weren't equal But

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we all know that's not true it's like not being

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allowed to go to jenny's raging sweet sixteen party but

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instead you're allowed to go to a separate but equal

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birthday party at gilberts and no offense there gilbert but

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your parties are the worst oh warns quote here suggests

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that separate education facilities are inherently unequal and therefore separate

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but equal simply cannot exist it's all about ending segregation

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in promoting equality So which of our answers best reflects

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that mentality Is it a the decision of eighteen fifty

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seven That's stated that african americans did not have the

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right to sue in court Do we really have to

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ask here people in case it isn't obvious anytime you

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hear specific minority group does not have the right to

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do something everyone else does You're not listening to someone

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promoting equality and fairness and since segregation historically doesn't really

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get along too well with equality were going to cross

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out be a cz well well here's where it gets

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a bit trickier see repealing the prohibition of immigration by

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chinese laborers definitely sounds like a step in the right

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direction but this answer deals specifically with immigration which isn't

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really what warren was talking about Warren was refusing the

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fundamental ideas of equality and discrimination which directly speak to

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the civil rights act of nineteen sixty for that sought

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to end institutionalized discrimination and sure you might be thinking

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that putting forth legislation that ends discrimination is a bit

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of a no brainer and maybe it wass But when

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you actually stop and remind yourself what the average person

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looked like in the sixties well it's a miracle Anything 00:02:27.14 --> [endTime] got done it all yeah peace What