Eisenhower Civil Rights

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It all started when the American declaration of independence stated “All men are created equal”, but during the 19th century the only humans with equal opportunities were born whites. The Civil Rights Movement of the 1960’s was one of the most important days to fight the equality of all people. Africans were the the only humans that were not treated the same, but were treated as slaves to work on the fields of the whites. On 1863 ended slavery, until 1865 all colored people were treated as animals and unequal, because there were still a serious disagreement between the races of the people who live in the United States.

Dwight Eisenhower only revealed the smallest amount of management when it came to civil rights. Even though he was the one who signed the law for the civil rights act of 1957, he still not cared of others people's ideas. The main purpose of the civil rights act was to authorize federals to secure court's orders or commands against to the right to vote. The last act was enfeeble by congress due to the scarcity support with the Democrats.

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Johnson wa elected for vice president of the United States in 1960 after President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act, and was the most spacious civil rights legislation since the Reconstruction. His main goal was to eliminate the poverty and racial injustice. Also, he tried to attack unemployment to create a great society, and to just eliminate all the troubles of the poor. The main purpose was to achieve a very large quantity of liberty for everyone.

Throughout this chaos, i would say that Kennedy, Eisenhower, and Johnson , equally supported the civil rights movement. But on what i believe is that Eisenhower during his presidency was more strongly supported in the Civil rights for all. As for kennedy , he was more doubtful on this chaos. Even though some of them were not that supportive , it really showed the true colors of these three
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