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The Majority of the United States

Summary: For the majority of the United States' history, African-Americans, above all minorities, have been disenfranchised, degraded and tormented. During the 1950's, segregation and social abuse of African-Americans was at an all time high. Even though the civil war was over and slaves had long ago been freed, African-Americans still suffered from the boils and blisters of inequality and injustice.
For the majority of the United States' history, African-Americans, above all minorities, have been disenfranchised, degraded and tormented. During the 1950's, segregation and social abuse of African-Americans was at an all time high. Even though the civil war was over and slaves had long ago been freed, African-Americans still suffered from the boils and blisters of inequality and injustice. In 1954 the Supreme Court in the case Brown vs. Board of education took a great step in a positive direction. The outcome of this case resulted in the desegregation of many schools and was eventually followed by the desegregation of most schools in the nation. Definitely a step in the right direction, however, fifty years later, the nation still suffers from an immense amount of racism and inequality.

Many argue that the case was frivolous, that the changes were insignificant. In contrast others argue that...

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