Equal Opportunity Act Of 1964

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The Equal Opportunity Act of 1964 was the most progressive act since the reconstruction. Although not intentionally, many blacks were intimidated after winning these new rights. They were intimidated not to go to the workplace, voting, or schools. In all, the law did succeed in it’s plan to integrate and eliminate segregations. It succeeded because it was a law that finally went in favor of the ones fighting for equality. It was a law that coincided with the minorities, therefore giving them more power. It succeeded because the minorities were unwilling to give up the chance that they have been fighting for. It succeeded cause it made things equal. The problem the law addressed was discrimination in all aspects of employment. The EEOC examines

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