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Changing his mind
This document says all laws are made by the Federal Government
I believe Civil Rights is a job for the states, not the federal government
LBJ taught at a Mexican-American school in Cotulla Texas in the late 1920's. The kids normally were poor and in poverty. As poor as they were, LBJ decided that needed a change and entered the politics world. If he signed the Civil Rights Act, the children would have more freedom and would not suffer like they used to
Like most southerners, LBJ did not agree with the Civil rights laws such as lynching and poll taxes. He believed Civil Rights were a job of the states and not the Federal Government. After awh
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