Why was progress towards racial equality so slow in the period 1945-53?

A mindmap to show the reasons why progress for racial equality was so slow in the period 1945-53. 

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  • Created on: 23-12-12 11:22
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  • Why was progress towards racial equality so slow in the period 1945-53?
    • Limitations to government action
    • De jure change did not always lead to de facto change
    • Direct action remained small scale
    • "Separate but Equal" attitude still remained
    • lack of funding for campaigns such as the Fair Deal or Fair Employment Board
    • Anti-Lynching laws not passed

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