This question is far too big to answer fully in such a short paper. Choose 1-2 factors and give a brief example for each illustrating how it created differences within the postwar women’s movement. Your job is to make a brief historical case with a little bit of evidence. Many historians refer to civil rights "movements" (plural) instead of a movement. Although many parts of the movement for equality shared goals, methods, and perspectives, there were many differences within different organizations. For example, sometimes there were differences in ideologies, goals, methods, ways of measuring success, etc. Your task as a historian for this assignment is to briefly describe a few of the factors that prevented the formation of a single, unified movement on behalf of all people of color or on behalf of all marginalized groups -- for example, the formation of a single national political party or umbrella organization that could speak on behalf of all racial or other minorities. Why were there so many separate civil rights organizations over the course of the 1945-2000 period? One way to approach this question: how did some groups of people feel excluded from the movement that claimed to represent them?