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The Civil Rights Act of 1964: A Primary Source Exploration of the Landmark Legislation

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The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was a groundbreaking law. Under this law African-Americans could no longer be segregated from white Americans. The law changed the country forever. Explore the points of view of the lawmakers who passed the law and the people who opposed it through powerful primary sources and historical photos.
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Published July 1st 2014 by Capstone Press
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2) Mason Steele helps his father after his meetings. Mason would write his father’s thoughts down, he had a way with words and how he would arrange them on paper. During the summer months his brother and he would help pick crops with other boys who happened to be white, they would play and get along. When school was to start the schools became desegregated, he and his brothers were to be sent to another school. Their frien
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