Was the Congress, the President or Supreme Court most important during Civil Rights Movement?

Congress, the President, and the Supreme Court were all important in the advancement of people’s civil rights during the post-World War II period. Select one of the above (Congress, the President, or the Supreme Court), and note how it supported the civil rights movement. Be sure to provide specific examples to support your point.
Why is the Supreme Court most important?

everyone had a role to play but LBJ pushed through the law through congress, not the other way around.
supreme court began the journey Lincoln initiated, but they could not change the law.

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1 thought on “Was the Congress, the President or Supreme Court most important during Civil Rights Movement?

    jsbrads

    (January 22, 2010 - 7:13 am)

    everyone had a role to play but LBJ pushed through the law through congress, not the other way around.
    supreme court began the journey Lincoln initiated, but they could not change the law.
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