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Papers On U.S. History (20th Century)  (Page 15)
The Latin Lords / Media Destruction of Political Effort :
12 pages in length. An insightful look at how the media
portrayed the Latin Lords -- a radical, socio-politically
involved group (active during the 60's and 70's) that can be
compared in many respects to the better-known Black
Panthers. The author argues that the media over-exaggerated
and made them out to be 'irresponsible hoods' -- so as to
destroy public trust in the Lords and unfairly make them out
to be a band of street "hoods" and not activists they actually
were. Detail is given as to the sociological "bonding"
experiences of Latin Lords. Bibliography lists approximately
20 sources. Latinlor.wps

A Nation of Protests, The Age of Dissent : This 5 page essay
reviews some of the most notable protest movements
occuring in the U.S.A between 1950 and 1990. Struggles for
civl rights and preservation of the environment are among the
many touched upon. Bibliography lists seven sources.

Dissent – Unpatriotic and Un-American : This 3 page report
discusses how dissent has come to be seen in America as
somehow less than patriotic. Americans appear to have
developed an attitude that dissent does not serve the greater
purposes of the nation or, at the very least, dissent is actually
irritating rather than motivating. Most Americans believe that
dissent must only take place in circumstance in which it is
clearly dissent that supports the greater ideals of America.
Anything less is both pointless and unpatriotic.
Bibliography lists 2 sources. BWdiss.wps

Protest As A Way To Change : An 8 page paper examining
the civil rights movement of the 50's, 60's, and 70's and how
protest has brought about change in our nation. Also
examines the Women's Movement as a second pier protest
and looks at the meaning and overall impact turbulent and
peaceful protest has had on our society. Bibliography lists 1
source. Protestc.wps

Integration After Brown v. Board Of Ed : The Brown vs.
Board of Education (1954) decision is highlighted in this
8 page paper that looks at school segregation. Several cases,
such as Missouri vs. Jenkins (1990), which have served to
demonstrate a reversal of the original order, are included. The
paper concludes that despite the problems with Brown, which
are also noted, integration is sorely needed in a society that is
still racially divided. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

A Legal History of Integration in U.S. Public Schools :
A 5 page research paper that gives a brief synopsis of the
legal cases that have affected public policy in regards to
school integration. The writer covers landmark cases such as
Brown vs. the Board of Education, but the cases that led up
to this pivotal legal decision are also reviewed. Bibliography
lists 8 sources. Leglint.wps

Brown vs. Board of Ed -- Its Impact Today : In this 7 page
paper, the writer analyzes the impact of the landmark Brown
vs. Board of Education decision of 1954. It is demonstrated
that, although the Supreme Court had good intentions when
deciding against segregation, the hidden racial agendas
caused by this decision have had lasting effects. After over
40 years, the positive affects of the decision are questioned.
Bibliography lists 7 sources. Brownvs.wps

The Birmingham Protest : A 12 page paper discussing the
civil rights protest in Birmingham, Alabama, in April of 1963
and the history of amendments to the United States
Constitution which purported to grant equal rights to
African-American citizens. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

George Wallace / Both Sides Of The Coin -- The Civil Rights
Movement :
A 7 page paper on George Wallace and the role
he played in the civil rights movement. His was a fight to gain
office more than that of hatred. He spoke hatred because
people listened. He struggled for segregation and lost but
gained support in his presidential campaigning. He was shot
in 1972 and changed his beliefs and attitudes 100%. He now
stands for equality instead of against it. Bibliography lists 8
sources. Wallace.wps

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