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We have 105 term papers and college essays on Civil Rights. Page 7 of 7.


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91.

Connection Between Service of Black Mississippians in World War II and Civil Rights Movement

A 14 page (13 pp. + 1 pg. outline) paper which examines how serving in the U.S. armed forces during World War II in World War II influenced black Mississippians to become prominent members of the civil rights movement, specifically considering Medgar and Charles Evers and Amzie Moore. Bibliography lists 18 sources.



92.

U.S. HISTORY: CIVIL RIGHTS AND VIETNAM

This 6-page paper focuses on two facets of U.S. history -- first, how Brown vs. Board of Education helped spark desegregation and ultimately the Civil Rights Movement; and second, how the Vietnam War escalated under the leadership of Presidents Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon.



93.

Filibuster of Civil Rights Act of 1964

This nine page paper discusses the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and in particular, the historic filibuster that opponents of passage used to try and block it. Bibliography lists 5 sources.



94.

The Civil Rights Movement and Anne Moody's "Coming of Age in Mississippi"

A 4 page paper which examines the effects of discrimination on Southern blacks during the 1950s as characterized by the lives of Moody's family and acquaintances, the ways her life changed after leaving home for the city and going onto college, the dangers she confronted while working for racial equality in Mississippi, her later disenchantment with the civil rights movement, and how she viewed African-American attitudes as yet another obstacle to rational progress. No additional sources are used.



95.

Civil Disobedience and the Civil Rights Movement

A 3 page review of the importance of non-violent tactics in the Montgomery bus boycott and the Nashville lunch counter sit-ins. The author of this paper concludes that while not all is equal in the U.S. today, these key movements served to level the playing field substantially. Bibliography lists 2 sources.



96.

FBI Counterintelligence and the Civil Rights Movement

In thirteen pages this paper considers the tactics FBI counterintelligence employed in its infiltration of the U.S. civil rights movement and includes a statement of the problem, significant problem, and objective. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.



97.

The Civil Rights Act of 1991

A 3 page summary of the Civil Rights Act of 1991. Bibliography lists 1 source.



98.

Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement

A 4 page paper that discusses Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement. Bibliography lists 4 sources.



99.

Michigan Civil Rights Initiative: Proposal 2

A 5 page paper which examines the Michigan Civil Rights Initiative, known as Proposal 2, as it relates to African American males. Bibliography lists 4 sources.



100.

Black Issues in Pre-Civil Rights Chicago

This 5 page paper discusses the issues that Lorraine Hansberry raises in her play, "A Raisin in the Sun." Bibliography lists 5 sources.



101.

Employment Inequalities and the Civil Rights Act of 1964

A 7 page overview of the goals and objectives of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. A particular emphasis is placed on Title VII of this Act. This paper points out the goals and objectives of this Act have yet to be fully achieved. Bibliography lists 8 sources.



102.

Impact of American Civil War & Reconstruction On Federal vs. States Rights & Racial Equality Analyzed

This 6 page research paper examines whether or not the American Civil War and the Reconstruction (1861-1877) adequately resolved the two central conflicts facing the fledgling nation -- the power of the federal government in relation to the states and the meaning of racial equality. Bibliography lists 5 sources.



103.

The Bill of Rights and the Protection of Civil Liberties

This 5 page paper considers how the Bill of Rights, with its' amendments protects civil liberties. The writer uses cases, such as the cases of Timothy Thomas and Rodney King to discuss civil liberties violations. The bibliography cites 6 sources.



104.

Ethnicity, Worker Rights, and Economic Considerations in the Post Civil War U.S.

A 5 page overview of the multiethnic environment which existed in the years following the Civil War. The author traces this environment to colonial times and relates how the end of the Civil War slowly translated into differences in regard to worker rights for the nation's minorities. Bibliography lists 8 sources.



105.

Justiciability of Socio-economic, Civil and Political Rights

An 8 page research paper which defines socio-economic and civil and political rights and then discusses how justiciability is defined and the principles that this concept entails. The writer then examines literature in order to compare and contrast the justiciablity of socio-economic and civil and political rights. Bibliography lists 5 sources.




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