They just want more. More! MORE!
In the 1960s sit-ins, the purpose of the sit-in was as a demand for equal rights.
The reason was to sit down and show that you’re as good as anyone else and deserving of the same treatment.
While there’s an argument for property owner rights that a business should be able to reject service to anyone, this was also a cultural argument as well as a legal rights one, such that the property owner would get the idea that he was wrong and that those doing the sit-in were deserving of respect and that their patronage should be appreciated rather than rejected. Both ways, it was a movement to demand rights.
This is a demand by authorities for more authority.
This is a demand by those in power for more…
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