The United States spent the turbulent decade of the 1960s engaged in a process of national redefinition.
The emergence of the civil rights movement, with its political and economic imperatives, forced the country to come to terms with its historical legacy.
Millions of black citizens were demanding equality, and it took the US body politic almost a generation of struggle and disagreement before it brought resolution - or at least consensus - to the crisis.
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