The civil rights act of 1960 publ 86 449 74 stat 89 enacted may 6 1960 is a united states federal law that established federal inspection of local voter registration polls and introduced penalties for anyone who obstructed someones attempt to register to vote. Get this from a library a bill becomes a law the civil rights act of 1960 daniel m berman. A bill becomes a law the civil rights act of 1960 by daniel m berman new york the macmillan co 1962 pp xiii 143 paper 175 volume 57 issue 1 frank . The civil rights act of 1960 helped prove racially discriminatory voter registration practices and provided evidence used to help pass the voting rights act of 1965 this post explains how and why the civil rights acts of 1957 and 1960 were the first pieces of federal civil rights legislation passed since reconstruction. Civil rights act of of 1968 after martin luther king dead cities were destruction mounting in every part of the united states from all of the black american people on april 11 1968 president lyndon b johnson signed civil right act federal fair housing act into law four days after the assassination of martin
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