Segregation Essay | Segregation in America

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Segregation in America

Summary: An overview of segregation in history and the various influences for it, focusing on segregation in the United States.
Segregation is the policy of groups of different race, religion, wealth, or culture to live apart and use separate facilities. Segregation started to become law in the United States of America, during the late 1800's. There were many reasons for segregation to effect America. One of the major causes of segregation is a long period of group conflict and from this conflict one of the two groups would have more influence and power than the other. In the U.S., the whites were the group that was more influential and powerful than the blacks, which meant they were dominant. The group conflict also resulted in unfriendly attitudes and feelings between groups, which is another major cause of segregation. During the time period where whites and blacks were in a conflict, whites would treat blacks very unkindly, and other whites very nicely resulting in hatred for one-another. There...

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