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Topic 1

What was the impact of white voices on racism in the 1940s and 1950s? What steps did President Harry Truman take in effort to see that all Americans were treated fairly and the same?

Topic 2

Describe what restrictive housing practices, Jim Crowe, gerrymandering and poll taxes were and how they impacted the black population. What early steps were taken to eradicate these unfair practices?

Topic 3

What are the five cases that combined to make up Brown v. Board of Education? Why was the complainant identified as “Brown?”

Topic 4

Who appointed Chief Justice Earl Warren to the Supreme Court and under what circumstances? What did Warren’s critics feel disqualified him for appointment? What type of jurist did Warren turn out to be?

Topic 5

What is the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, and what role did it play in Brown v. Board of Education? What...

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