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Founding Principles: American Governance in Theory and Action (Chapter 14--Civil Rights)

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In this episode, Dr. Andrew Rudalevige overviews important civil right movements in American history. Through a study of foundational documents like the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, students learn about the fight for equal rights by different groups throughout history. Part of the "Founding Principles: American Governance in Theory and Action" series.

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