7-8 pages, double-spaced. application of course concept.  Additional material an

7-8 pages double-spaced. application of course concept. Additional material and/or research should not be integrated. At the Dark End of the Street: chapter 7 8 and epilogue Kaufmans The Fall of Wisconsin and Molinas Fit to be Citizens: read/skim both these books and use the information Question: To what extent did certain figures and individuals in McGuires chapters 7 8 and the epilogue Kaufmans The Fall of Wisconsin and Molinas Fit to be Citizens? reshape American politics for the better “ or tried to make it better “ reflecting the spirit of the Preamble of the Constitution which is to establish Justice insure domestic Tranquility provide for the common defense promote the general Welfare and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our posterity? Violence and atrocities have been (and continue) to be a feature of American life and politics. McGuires book traces the terrible legacies of racial and gender oppression in the South from the 1940s to the 1970s. However she also offers historical accounts of progress and shows how average Americans can make a difference to stop racism and sexism. In other words McGuire gives examples of how the little people made the US federal and state government more accountable to the people.

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