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 Civil Rights
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Civil Rights1947
Civil Rights Program1948
Civil Rights1949
Civil Rights Bills - - FEPC And Cloture1952
Civil Rights Bill Passed by House1956
Congress Approves Civil Rights Act of 19571957
Civil Rights1959
Senate and House Civil Rights Amendments1960
Civil Rights Commission Extended; Issues Reports1961
Constitution & Civil Liberties1963
Message to Congress: Kennedy's Second Civil Rights Message Proposes Accommodations Law1963
Negro Demands Bring Civil Rights ‘Crisis’1963
Presidential Address: Kennedy Urges Nation To Support Strong Rights Bill1963
Provisions of Civil Rights Act of 1964 (HR 7152–PL 88-352)1964
Senate Votes Cloture on Civil Rights Bill, 71–291964
Ku Klux Klan Probe Begun1965
1966 Civil Rights Act dies in Senate1966
Ku Klux Klan Probe Completed1966
Message to Congress: Johnson Proposes Broad Civil Rights Law1966
Bill to Protect Civil Rights Workers Passes House1967
Chronology Of Violence in American History1967
Civil Rights Bill Split up, Few Proposals Passed1967
Congress Passes No Major Civil Rights Legislation For Second Year In Row; Ghetto Rioting Intensifies1967
HEW Department Consolidates Civil Rights Enforcement1967
Johnson Speech on Civil Rights at Howard University 100th Anniversary1967
Message to Congress:Johnson's Civil Rights Message1967
Negroes Gain Seat on Court, Other High Offices1967
Senate Hearings Held on 1967 Civil Rights Act1967
Supreme Court Strikes Down Racial Marriage Ban, Upholds Fair Housing Case; Medicare Oath Falls1967
Message to Congress: Johnson on Civil Rights1968
Report by Commission on Civil Disorders Puts Blame on ‘White Racism’ for Riots1968
Supreme Court Interprets 1866 Open Housing Statute1968
Civil Rights Drive Makes Little Progress In 19691969
Civil Rights Rulings1969
Individual Rights1969
Equal Educational Opportunity1970
Civil Rights Commission1971
Equal Educational Opportunity1971
Civil Rights Commission1972
Civil Rights Attorney's Fees1976
Social Club Discrimination1976
Civil Rights Commission1978
Civil Rights Commission1979
Civil Rights Commission1980
Civil Rights Commission1981
King Memorial Approved1982
Civil Rights Commission Reconstituted1983
Presidential Statement: Reagan Signs Bill Creating New Civil Rights Commission1983
Presidential Veto Message: Reagan Vetoes Civil Rights Bill, Outlines His Alternative1988
Age Discrimination Waivers1989
Civil Rights Commission1989
Ban on Race-Exclusive Scholarships Announced1991
Civil Rights Commission Extended Three Years1991
Compromise Civil Rights Bill Passed1991
Clinton Names ‘Acting’ Civil Rights Chief1997
House Passes Bill To Limit States' and Localities' Power To Curb Religious Activities1999