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Civil Rights Movement [actions taken between 1955 and 1968 to outlaw racial discrimination]

compromise [to come to agreement with both sides giving a little] conscience [a feeling of obligation to do what is good and right] cultivate [prepare for growing, as in a garden] equal [same amount or number as another] expediency [practical; suitable for the situation] fairness [just and equitable manner] favoritism [showing special treatment] inequitable [unfair, not equal] judgment [an opinion]

philanthropy [giving time, talent, and/or treasure or taking action for the common good]

politic [wise and tactful for making a decision] prejudice [a judgment formed about a person or group without enough knowledge] segregation [separation of a group for different treatment] unconstitutional [not adhering to the rights guaranteed in the Constitution] vanity [excessive focus on self and one’s appearance]

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artisan [a skilled manual laborer who makes products that are functional and/or decorative]

common good [promoting the welfare of the community; for the benefit of all]

copyright [exclusive legal right to reproduce, publish, sell, or distribute the matter and form of something]

developing countries [countries with low levels of material well-being] equitable [equal treatment of all concerned] fair [achieving a proper balance of conflicting interests; a fair decision] fairness [just and equitable manner]

fair trade [an organized movement that helps producers in developing countries get better trading conditions]

fair use [a legal doctrine that allows, with restrictions, portions of copyrighted materials to be used without permission of the copyright owner]

global [involving the entire world]

justice [exact following of a standard of what is right and proper; a just settlement of territorial claims]


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