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Social Changes in the 196039s class lecture notes Cold War liberalism New Deal Coalition 0 Democratic 0 Huge federal govt expansion not a huge push for govt 0 To be rolled back until the 805 Active world views brings us into Korea Vietnam South America Red scareCold WarStalin murdering everyone end of communism Rock and roll scary because it39s black amp white On the road Jack Kerouac and Sam Cooke quota change is gonna comequot huge pieces of pop culture that had to deal with the feelings of people across the country Segregation was to make blacks feel inferior to make sure when white and black meet whites have the upper hand Church is where the civil rights movement really began 0 Soul music is secularized gospel music Civil rights movement origins o WW double V blacks organized to support the war joined military March on Washington Postwar Truman desegregates military 48 New deal discriminated against backs Social benefits didn39t cover farmers amp domestic workers mostly black I Most unions didn39t cover blacks 8002 opens up more miitary eskjobs for blacks Brown vs board of Ed Overturns Plessy vs Ferguson separate but equal Only desegregated schools Doesn39t address de facto segregation Implemented with quotall deliberate speedquot OOO Southern manifesto says govt overstepped its boundaries by desegregating schools I 96106 southern congressmen signed this
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