Civil Rights Act of 1991
Civil Rights Act of 1991 Summary
The Civil Rights Act of 1991 is an act that is the combination of The Civil Rights Act of 1866 and 1964. This Act was made for employees that have sued their employers for discrimination and other issues. The history of the act is pretty short and to the point the act was an amendment for the 1964 Civil Rights Act to strengthen and improve the act so that it would cover up for damages in cases about international employers discrimination. The Civil Rights act also had Acts that came before it like the 1866 and 1964 Civil Rights Acts. These two Acts were passed about a one hundred years apart, and talked about the same topic "discrimination" but in a different way. This just shows how far we have come as Americans. The have been...
Excerpt from file: CivilRightsActof1991 CivilRightsActof1991Summary TheCivilRightsActof1991isanactthatisthecombinationofTheCivil RightsActof1866and1964.ThisActwasmadeforemployeesthat have sued their employers for discrimination and other issues. The history of the act is pretty short and to the
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