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    Let's get back to the 1950s and the social conditions of the United States. Where does the Rosa Parks and MLK fit into the social conditions of the Cold War?

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    Here are a few things you might want to think about:

    1. During the Cold War, lots of conspiracy theories, especially concerning political change, were circulating. In fact, public school teachers had to sign statements swearing that they were not, nor had they been or planned to be, a part of the Communist Party. Political changes, ...

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    The solution provides a concise advise in relation to the position of the civil rights movement within the Cold War backdrop of the 50's.