Thesaurus / civil rights
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The executive branch also took up the cause of civil rights, albeit in a more limited way than the courts.

In the first place the civil rights leaders underestimated the sincerity of Truman's reaction to the racial violence.

Its words are, "That there shall be no discrimination in civil rights or immunities."

They have civil rights indeed (and so have slaves in a less degree; ) but they have no share in the government.

Judicial condemnation for a gross offence or an offence incurring temporary loss of civil rights.

The Civil Rights Commission has developed additional constructive recommendations.

I should possess no civil rights, and my representatives could do as they pleased with my property.

My Own AffairsLouise, Princess of Belgium

Most of these were sentenced to hard labour and deprivation of "civil rights."

The Last Boer WarH. Rider Haggard

Thanks to his persecutors, he made a religion of everything he undertook and regarded his civil rights as divine rights.

Pioneers of the Old SouthwestConstance Lindsay Skinner

Any Spaniard who is of age, and not deprived of his civil rights, may be a member of the Congreso, or lower house.

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