The Civil Rights Act of 1964: The Passage of the Law That Ended Racial Segregation

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Index
A
Administrative Procedures Act, 118, 258-259
affirmative action, 346-348
AFL-CIO, 53, 83, 98, 157,192, 230, 279
Age Discrimination in Employment
Act, 348-349
Aiken, George, 112, 116, 118, 119, 253, 255, 258, 307
Alabama, University of, 18, 40, 155, 353
Albert, Carl, 61, 80
Allott, Gordon, 84
Amendments, U.S. Constitution; 13th, 3; 14th, 3, 6-7, 57, 312; 15th, 3, 10
Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), 49, 51, 55, 69
Anderson, Clinton, 79
armed forces integrated, 15
arrest absent senators, 69, 110, 192, 194, 327
Aronson, Arnold, 55, 157, 279
Associated Press, 285
B
Baker, Bobby, 123
Bakke, Alan, 347-348
Bakke case, see University of California Regents v. Bakke
Baltimore, MD, 21
Barnett, Ross, 39
bar the school house door, 40
Bayh, Birch, 147, 313
Biemiller, Andrew, 53, 56, 83, 157, 279
Bill of Rights of the civil rights move ment, 350
Birmingham, AL, 24, 26, 38, 42, 51-52, 78, 154, 161, 187, 340, 353, 355
Black Codes, 3-4
Black Muslims, 339
black nationalism, 339
black power, 339
black separatism, 339
black voters, 334-335
Bolling, Richard, 61
Boston, MA, 342-344
Boston School Committee, 342-344
Brotherhood of Sleeping Car
Porters, 14, 22, 161
Brown, Clarence, 61
Brownell, Herbert, 16, 26-28
Brown v. Board of Education, 16, 17-18, 31, 41, 114
bus boycott, 22-24, 41
Bush, George, 350
bypass Senate Judiciary Committee, see motion to consider
C
Calendar Wednesday, 57-58, 354-355
California primary, 99, 103, 127-128, 135, 287-288, 290
California, University of, Davis, 347- 348
Cambridge, Maryland, 160
Cannon, Howard W., 74, 91, 102, 129, 295, 296, 297
Caplan, Marvin, 55
Carlson, Frank, 297
Carter, Jimmy, 338
Case, Clifford, 74, 100, 123, 188, 190, 220, 249, 250
CBS News, 196, 200
Celler, Emanuel, 33, 34, 56, 58-59, 64, 80, 122, 156-159, 354
Central High School ( Little Rock, AR), 31-32
Chicago Freedom Movement, 338-339

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