Segregation and the Civil Rights Movement

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Summarize the feelings of the people involved in the Montgomery Bus Boycott.

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I think that a variety of emotions could be ascribed to the brave individuals who initiated and saw through the Montgomery Bus Boycott.  On one hand, I would say that anxiety would have had to be a feeling experienced at the time. The very idea of standing on this threshold of what was to be done, the magnitude of it, and the massive repercussions it was to cause had a galvanizing effect, but some anxiousness must have been present.  When Rosa Parks fails to surrender her...

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