The Stunning Economic Impact of the Civil Rights MovementGavin Wright
Feb. 13 (Bloomberg) -- The civil-rights revolution of the 1960s is now firmly embedded in American civic culture, an inspiring story of courage in the face of violent oppression and age-old injustices finally set right.
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