Explain the Meaning of Segregation, Why Americans Wanted It and What Was Meant by 'Jim Crow Laws'
Segregation is the process of creating separate facilities within a society for the exclusive and non-interchangeable use by one of two nominally divided groups. It inheres the imposition of a normative moral, ethical and legal framework under which a minority group within a population is usually suppressed. As official doctrine, a policy of segregation represents a more rigorous and thoroughgoing system of state oppression than a widespread and tolerated attitude of discrimination: it em…
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