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The 1964 Civil Rights Act (Points : 1) required localities to bus students in order to end racial segregation. overturned the 1921 anti-boycotting law. ended racial segregation in schools, at the workplace, and by “public accommodations.” required voters to pass a literacy test before registering.
Weegy: Encyclopedia > Civil rights movement Historically, the civil rights movement was a concentrated period of time around the world of approximately twenty years (1960-1980) in which there was much worldwide civil unrest and popular rebellion. [ The process of moving toward equality under the law was long and tenuous in many countries, and most of these movements did not achieve or fully achieve their objectives. In its later years, the civil rights movement took a sharp turn to the radical left in many cases. ] (More)
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The 1964 Civil Rights Act ended racial segregation in schools, at the workplace, and by “public accommodations”.
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summarize recent developments in several states enacting voter ID laws. Explain the pros and cons on both sides of the debate about these laws. Share your own experience with the relative difficulty or ease of voting in your locale. Draw your own conclusion about the debate over voter ID laws. Finally, share your perspective about whether voting in the U.S. should be made easier or harder. Justify your conclusions with facts and persuasive reasoning
Weegy: Voter ID laws are to ensure that there is a fair and legal count of all voters listed in each jurisdiction and to make sure someone is not voting more than once. I will actually choose for easier voting in the U.S. [ it is because most of the people are busy and another reason is that to give way for the elders and disabled to vote in an easy way. ] User: summarize recent developments in several states enacting voter ID laws. Explain the pros and cons on both sides of the debate about these laws Weegy: Voter ID laws are to ensure that there is a fair and legal count of all voters listed in each jurisdiction and to make sure someone is not voting more than once. I will actually choose for easier voting in the U.S. [ it is because most of the people are busy and another reason is that to give way for the elders and disabled to vote in an easy way. ] User: what is your perspective about whether voting in the U.S. should be made easier or harder. Justify your conclusions with facts and persuasive reasoning. Weegy: Voting in the US should be made easier , in any given occasion a simple and easier system for voting will mean cost efficiency, and quick results. As they say "its the quality and not the quantity that will count", so make it simple. (More)
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