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How were protest movements in the decades following World War II handled by various governments, and what social achievements were gained through protest?
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President Johnson took up the cause of civil rights. The Civil Rights Act in 1964 created the machinery to end segregation and discrimination in the workplace and all public places. The Voting Rights Act the following year made it easier for African Americans to vote in southern states. Laws alone, however, could not guarantee the Great Society that Johnson talked about creating. He soon faced bitter social unrest.
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