American Civil Rights: Primary Sources
Phillis Engelbert, Betz Des Chenes
U·X·L, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 200 pages
Part of Gale's American Civil Rights Reference Library this resource allows students to review approximately 19 full or excerpted speeches, memoirs, and other documents arranged in broad subject chapters for easy comparison. Each entry features an historical overview, a document excerpt, an in-text glossary, sidebars detailing related events and selections for further reading.
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