Describing the Role Civil Disobedience Played in the Civil Rights Movement?

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Civil disobedience played a large role in the Civil Rights Movement. It showed that the laws at the time were insane and it caused Congress to create a law that made 'separate but equal' no longer allowed. Civil disobedience created a lot of protests that showed that the American people weren't going to take it any more.
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