b'64 PRIMARY SOURCES IN AMERICAN HISTORY: THEMES HistoryBEST SELLER! BEST SELLER! Defining Documents in American History:Civil RightsReaders will get an excellent sense of the complex fight for civil rights in the United States.ARBAThis text closely studies more than forty primary source documents to deliver a thorough examination of civil rights movements in the United States from 1954 to the present. This volume provides detailed, thought-provoking analysis of Controversies and Actions at the Dawn of the Civil Rights Movement;Legal Challenges to Segregation; the Civil Rights Act and Its Consequences; Organizations and Leaders in the Movement; Gay Rights, Criminal Justice, and the Movement for Social Justice. 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