Civil Rights Act 1964 Crisis

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Finally after extreme difficulties in the form of the president who introduced the bill being assassinated, the Southern Democrats repeated attempts to block, hinder, change, and filibuster the bill to death, the need to “reach across the aisle, and form coalitions, backroom deals, abnormalities in the way of the normal process in the Senate, even after the number of African American leaders assassinated, on July 2, 1964 the Civil Rights Act o 1964 was signed by President Lyndon B. Johnson thus concluding the long journey of this bill.
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