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Fighting against Tyranny at Home

Many historians have argued that the experience of returning African American soldiers (World War II) played a critical role in the early formation of what would become the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s.

Using information from the textbook readings (especially chapter 12), defend this historical argument.

How were the perspectives of returning African American soldiers changed as a result of their experiences?
How did their experience in the War influence the way they thought (and then acted) about freedom after the War?