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On the black panther party speech at the second national conference of the marxist-leninist party, usa -- fall 1984 part one is reprinted from the workers' advocate supplement, vol 1, #5, june 15, 1985 subheads. The american civil rights movement came to a head under the johnson administration many had seen the march on washington in august 1963 as the apotheosis of the nonviolent struggle for civil rights some 200,000 people had come from all over the american history has been marked by persistent and.
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