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First half of the sixteenth century saw religious conflict confined to central Europe as Lutherans and Zwinglians attempted to secure freedoms and rights for themselves
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How did the events of the African American Civil Rights Movement in Alabama from 1950-1969 compare to the events of the Gay Rights Movement in California from 1960-1979?How did the events of the African American Civil Rights Movement in Alabama from 1950-1969 compare to the events of the Gay Rights Movement in California from 1960-1979?
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