The Civil Rights Movement: Abolition--Lincoln-Douglas Debates

The Civil Rights Movement: Abolition--Lincoln-Douglas Debates

by The Editors of Salem Press
     
 

This set captures the key events, issues, laws, and people in this central and ongoing saga in U.S. history. The main body covers the history of African American civil rights alphabetically, from the Abolitionist Movement to Rodney King, through the Tuskegee Airmen and the Voting Rights Act. Specific landmark legal cases illustrate the progress of the movement, and in… See more details below

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This set captures the key events, issues, laws, and people in this central and ongoing saga in U.S. history. The main body covers the history of African American civil rights alphabetically, from the Abolitionist Movement to Rodney King, through the Tuskegee Airmen and the Voting Rights Act. Specific landmark legal cases illustrate the progress of the movement, and in-depth appendices add the historical essays.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780893561703
Publisher:
Salem Press
Publication date:
10/28/1999
Series:
Magill's Choice Series
Pages:
765

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