The civil rights movement of 1960’s was a set of movements in the United States to end racial discrimination against the black Americans and to get them a legal recognition. The movement also attempted to gain federal protection of the rights of citizenship as explained in the constitution. In the late 19th century, black Americans were stripped of their rights by numerous discriminatory laws in the South. Unlawful violence became a normal scenario for the blacks of South. Separate institutions and facilities for blacks and whites became a basic rule. The concept of equal rights as allowed by the 13th, 14th and the 15th amendment were completely ignored and abolished. The whole situation remained there till 1950’s when in …show more content…
This brought pride to the people that they are making a difference and they started consuming good and more. Even in today’s America this trend can be seen that the American prefers buying their own country’s products. Returning after 4 year long war time the people got a chance to have a good living and to have their own home even expanding the suburbs which got them attracted to this culture. The production of items that were most desired including cars, TV, washing machines and others that would help make living luxurious was another reason of popularity of this …show more content…
This fear was then used in conjunction with the “Anti-communist” campaign by Joseph McCarthy to remove the gay people from the state government.
A form of relationship between the Government, Armed forces and the private arm industry. This relationship is normally in the form of monetary contributions for political parties, getting the necessary approval for military spending, providing support to the bureaucratic system and getting defense contracts in return. The term gained its popularity after the farewell address of President Eisenhower in 1961.
A term which generated in the cold war, used to distinguish countries which were neither an alliance to the Communist Block, The East, or a part of the West. Now this term is used by the poorer countries of the world to describe them.