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History of the Civil Rights and feminist movement

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  1. The Civil Rights Movement
    1. Brown vs Board of Education
    2. The anti-communist movement
  2. The Civil Rights Act
    1. Riots
    2. The feminist movement

After World War II, the Nuremburg laws that had segregated Jews from non-Jews were overturned. This progress contrasted heavily with the United States who, compared to the rest of the world, held on to archaic laws enacting the segregation of "colored" and non-colored people. This segregation continued for some time until it ended with the Civil Rights Act of 1964, a victory that could not have been accomplished without the Civil Rights Movement.

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