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In 1954, the Supreme Court overturned laws requiring different schools for white students and African American students. What was the Court’s reasoning in this case? A. The United States is a heterogeneous society. B. The laws go against the 13th Amendment. C. It costs too much to run separate schools. D. Separate schools can never be equal.

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