Now I love history and I’ve been upping my game on the “Americas”history. I’ve always been interested in how the whole becoming of the “United States of America”, it’s a dirty history. now it seems that history from the 20th (1900s) century got a lot more complicated and soo sophisticated. I knew about the Jim Crow law a little and thought once the civil war was over it just got dismantled. This isn’t the case. This book is blowing my mind chapter by chapter, it’s giving me a whole new view of America. “Freedom for all?” I don’t know about this….. There’s good changes happening, don’t get me wrong but I feel there’s a lot of sinister strategy keeping each color groups apart.
Jim Crow is after the civil war. When Southern Slave owner become disappointed that they lost all there land and wealth. It was a law that the supreme court deemed legal cause the only separated black and white from each other hence separate but equal. It wasn’t abolished til 1965.
Well my history on the Americas was so Wrong, England we don’t get to much knowledge on USA history. So I’m getting to know it.