Make a comparative table of social movements in the United States, France and Italy in the 1960s.
August 14, 2020 | Education|
|Reasons for performances||Human rights violations, racial discrimination I, segregation system (division): “only for whites”, “only for blacks”||Deteriorating living conditions of students and workers||Challenge to the conservative regime of the Christian Democratic Party (CDP), poverty of certain segments of the population|
|The most important demands of workers||Restoration of civil rights, equality||Cancel authoritarian administrative s rules on campuses, increasing scholarships. Shorter working weeks and higher wages for workers, as well as social transformation and self-management in production.||Democracy, glasnost, social justice , divorce,|
|Social strata participating in the movement||Black population led by Martin Luther King, an eminent civil rights activist and national hero||Students and workers||Youth, middle class, workers|
|Results of performances||The signing of Lyndon Johnson, the Civil Rights Act, which prohibits all forms of discrimination and in the United States.||The most bloodless end of the barricade in the history of the country . confrontation. Working requirements were satisfied partially (increasing z / n at 15% and a reduction of the working week to 35 hours). The students were simply dispersed and returned to classes in the fall.||Creation of factory councils that controlled the activities of the administration. These Councils were legalized by the government. Outcome: The emergence of economic democracy at the enterprise level.|
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