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Running head: CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964 1
Literature Review on Civil Rights Act Of 1964
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CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964 2
(1) Capozzi, I. Y., United States, & United States. (2006). The Civil Rights Act: Background,
statutes and primer. New York: Novinka Books.
Irene Y. Capozzi presents an argument on the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The argument is
based on different laws that complement the act. The presentation in the book is structured to
make certain that the reader comprehends a wider scope of the enactment and other laws that
complement it. In addition, the author presents an argument on how the act has failed to achieve
fully its essence. This is attributed to conflicting interests in both private and public institutions.
(2) Davies, D. R. (2001). Mississippi journalists and the civil rights movement. Jackson:
University Press of Mississippi.
Davies R. Davids in the book presents a historical embrace that the American society had
in welcoming the new legislation. After the passage of the Civil Rights Act, it was apparent that
all races, religions and sexes of American people were ready to implement the new act. This was
credited to the fact that the act would bring to end discrimination evident in American society.
The book is a compelling source of reference for the research because it highlights positive
trends that Americans had in elimination of discrimination.
(3) Encyclopedia of women and gender. (2001). S.l: Academic Press.
The work on the book is credited to different scholars. The book contains an article that is
written by Judith Worell. The article is a clear presentation on the Civil rights Acts and the
impact it had had on women. The author highlights the act as having played a crucial role in
eliminating and gauging discrimination that was noticeable especially on women. The book is a
compelling source of reference because it discusses benefits of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 on a

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Literature Review on Civil Rights Act?Of 1964 Name Date College Professor (1) Capozzi, I. Y., United States, & United States. (2006). The Civil Rights Act: Background, statutes and primer. New York: Novinka Books. Irene Y. Capozzi presents an argument on the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The argument is based on different laws that complement the act. The presentation in the book is structured to make certain that the reader comprehends a wider scope of the enactment and other laws that complement it. In addition, the author presents an argument on how the act has failed to achieve fully its essence. This is attributed to conflicting interests in both private and public institutions. (2) Davies, D. R. (2001). Mississippi journalists and the civil rights movement. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi. Davies R. Davids in the book presents a historical embrace that the American society had in welcoming the new legislation. After the passage of the Civil Rights Act, it was apparent that all races, religions and sexes of American people were ready to implement the new act. This was credited to the fact that the act would bring to end discrimination evident in American ...
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