Nana S.

asked • 01/27/15

American history help

Why was the tactic of nonviolence during the Civil Rights Movement so successful in achieving change?

A.) Segregationists saw that there was nothing to fear from African Americans.

B.) The violent response of segregationists provoked moral outrage in onlookers.

C.) The moral stance of the protesters influenced Supreme Court justices in several key court decisions.

D.) Local governments stepped in to enforce the law and protect African American protesters.

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