African American Liberation Movement After Ww2

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In the end, of World War II, there was an era called the "liberation movement" that continued through the twentieth century. There were movements to defeat fascism and end colonial and racial domination in other places of the world. It took two decades, but most of Africa and Asia had been decolonized. And so in most cases liberation was peaceful, but other places had a struggle with it. With those struggles in showed that independence would bring a whole new set of challenges. New African states had a hard time with developing political systems. Africans were really not happy with the fact that they had limited gains from colonial reform of 1940. Decolonization was going on in other parts of the world such as India and elsewhere. Africans
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