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   1. How did the views of Booker T Washington an W E B DuBois differ on the best ways to
       advance African-Americans in the United States? (1996)
   2. How successful have minority groups been in the use of political action in any two
       countries of the region since 1945? (1996)
   3. With what justification could it be said that Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X had
       similar philosophies but used different methods to campaign for civil rights? (1998)
   4. How successful was Chief Justice Warren in challenging segregation in the United States
       in the 1950s and 1960s? (1999)
   5. Compare the significance of the events at Little Rock, Arkansas in 1957 with those at
       Birmingham, Alabama in 1963 in the campaign for civil rights by African-Americans.
       (2000)
   6. Assess the extent to which Booker T. Washington offered African-Americans effective
       leadership in the period between 1880 an 1915. (2000)
   7. Analyze the objectives and methods for advancing African-Americans in the US of
       Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. DuBois. (2001)
   8. In what ways, and for what reasons, were there differences in the philosophy and
       methods of the campaigns for civil rights of Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X?
       (2001)
   9. Assess the impact of Martin Luther King on the Civil Rights movement. (N 2001)
   10. What impact did ‘Black Power’ have on the civil rights movement? (N 2001)
   11. Analyze the successes and failures of the United States’ Civil rights movement between
       1954 and 1964. (2002)
   12. Why had the civil rights movement come to the forefront of national attention in the
       United States by 1964? (N 2002)
   13. Account for the development of the Civil Rights movement in the USA during the 1950s.
       To what extent had the movement achieved its aims by the time of the March on
       Washington (August 1963)? (2003)
   14. In what ways, and for what reasons, did the African American struggle for civil rights in
       the United States change between the early and late 1960s? (N 2003)
   15. In what ways, and for what reasons, did the civil rights movement in the United States
       make significant progress in the period 1950 to 1964? (2004)
   16. Compare and contrast the ideas of Booker T. Washington and W E B DuBois on
       improving the position of African-Americans in the United States. (2004)
   17. What arguments and strategies did Booker T Washington and W E B DuBois offer for
       dealing with the problems faced by African Americans at the end of the nineteenth and
       beginning of the twentieth centuries? (N 2004)
   18. Explain why and how the Civil Rights movement became more radical as the 1960s
       progressed. (N 2004)
   19. Compare and contrast the views of Booker T Washington (1856-1915) and Martin Luther
       King Jr. (1929-1968) on the advancement of African-Americans. (2005)
   20. Evaluate the impact of Black Power on the civil rights movement in the United States
       during the second half of the 1960s. (2005)
   21. Compare and contrast the significance of Booker T Washington and W E B Dubois in the
       advancement of African-American rights. (N 2005)
    22. Explain how and why the position of African Americans improved in United States
        society between 1877 and 1945. (2006)
    23. For what reasons, and in what ways, did the Civil Rights movement in the United States
        become more radical between 1965 and 1968? (2006)
    24. In what ways, and for what reasons, was there a shift in the focus and activities of US
        civil rights organizations by the mid-1960s? (N 2006)
    25. To what extent had African Americans in the United States gained their civil and political
        rights by 1968? (M2007)
    26. Analyse the reasons for the rise of the Civil Rights movement in the United States after
        the Second World War. (N2007)
    27. With reference to two United States presidencies between 1945 and 1969, assess the role
of the US Federal Government in the achievement of African-American civil rights. (M2008)
28. What were the reasons for the change in the Civil Rights Movement in the United States
during the second half of the 1960s? (N2008)

				
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