How Did The Youth Influence The Civil Rights Movement

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If every historic moment during the 1900s in America were lined up next to each other and judged based on significance and lasting social power, the Civil Rights Movement would outshine most of the other events. The Civil Rights Movement was a period of massive social turmoil in a restless country that was changing more rapidly than almost any other period in history. This change however, was not a result of random chance or just dumb luck; there was a very effective and powerful driving force that pushed the Civil Rights Movement to the success. The most influential group during the Civil Rights Movement was the youth. The youth of 1950s-1960s America were the largest factors that led to the acquisition of racial

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