anonymous
  • anonymous
The excerpt below comes from the Voting Rights Act of 1965: "Congress hereby declares that to secure the rights under the fourteenth amendment of persons educated in American-flag schools in which the predominant classroom language was other than English, it is necessary to prohibit the States from conditioning the right to vote of such persons on ability to read, write, understand, or interpret any matter in the English language." Source: http://www.ourdocuments.gov/doc.php?flash=true&doc=100&page=transcript Which statement summarizes this segment of the act? It is not necessary
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Which statement summarizes this segment of the act? It is not necessary to read or write English to be able to vote. It is necessary to have completed school to be able to vote. People who are not American citizens can vote in U.S. elections. States can prohibit people who cannot read or write from voting.
zzelinski
  • zzelinski
I think it is D, from this part: "...to prohibit the States from conditioning the right to vote of such persons on ability to read, write, understand, or interpret any matter in the English language."
anonymous
  • anonymous
thats what ii thought.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Which statement explains why the Warren Supreme Court overturned the 1896 ruling in Plessy v. Ferguson? The Plessy ruling allowed segregation which the Warren Court declared treated whites and blacks differently. The Plessy ruling blocked voting rights for African Americans which the Warren Court declared violated the Fifteenth Amendment. The Plessy ruling took away states' rights which the Warren Court stated was central to the federal system in the United States. The Plessy ruling blocked the use of civil disobedience which the Warren Court recognized was central to the success of the Civil Rights movement.
anonymous
  • anonymous
im tots confused on this one.
zzelinski
  • zzelinski
I think its either the first or third one, because those are the only ones that make sense...I'm leaning towards the first one though because the whole case was about segregation.
anonymous
  • anonymous
D is wrong for the first one.

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