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Chapter 1 - Introduction: American Ethnic Minorities Prior to 1945 America's Racial Groups Underlying Reasons for Racial Tensions Escalating Tensions c1600-c1860 Suggested Solutions to the Black Problem in the Early Nineteenth Century The Civil War The Post-war South: Reconstruction (1865-c1877) to Segregation Factors Leading to Improvements for Blacks 1900-45 Chapter 2 - The Black Situation at the End of the Second World War The Impact of the War on Non-Whites Blacks Outside the South in Late 1945 Southern Blacks in late 1945 Key Debates Chapter 3 - The Start of the Civil Rights Movement 1945-60 President Truman's Early Life and Career How Much Did Truman Help Blacks? Conclusions about Progress under Truman The Role of Eisenhower (1953-61) BROWN (1954) Emmet Till and Autherine Lucy Signs of Change by 1955 The Montgomery Bus Boycott (1956) Little Rock (1957) Eisenhower's Civil Rights Acts (1957 and 1960) The Cold War and Decolonisation The Eisenhower Years - Conclusions Key Debate Study Guide Chapter 4 - The 1960's - I: King of the Civil Rights Movement? Martin Luther King Martin Luther King - Saint or Sinner? The Leadership of the Civil Rights Movement King and the Leadership of the Civil Rights Movement - Conclusions Key Debates Study Guide Chapter 5 - The 1960's - II: Black Power The Nation of Islam and Malcom X The Rise of Black Power in the 1960's Black Power and the Black Panthers Why did Black Power Decline? What had the Black Power Movement Achieved? Key Debates Study Guide Chapter 6 - The 1960's III: Kennedy, Johnson and the 'Black Problem' President Kennedy (1961-3) Lyndon Johnson Before the Presidency President Johnson (1963-9) Conclusions Key Debate Study Guide Chapter 7 - Other Minorities and the 1960's Protest Culture Native Americans and the Black Civil Rights Movement The Impact of the Civil Rights Movement on Hispanic Americans Immigration Study Guide Chapter 8 - Equality in 1968? Conclusions Black Americans in the South in 1968 Black Americans Outside the South in 1968 Hispanic Americans and Native Americans in 1968 Study Guide Glossary Index

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Vivienne Sanders has written extensively and successfully on American history in the Access to History series. She taught A Level History for over 30 years, mostly in independent schools, and is now retired.

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