anonymous
  • anonymous
What best describes the Supreme Court's decision in the Plessy v. Ferguson case? A. The Supreme Court ruled that segregation was illegal B. The Supreme Court ruled that “separate but equal” facilities were legal C. The Supreme Court ruled that women couldn’t hold office in Federal jobs
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Surana
  • Surana
That was definitely the second.
anonymous
  • anonymous
US Supreme Court ruled that segregation in public education was unconstitutional.
anonymous
  • anonymous
So B?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
In other words, Illegal.
anonymous
  • anonymous
hmmm
Surana
  • Surana
Yes.
Surana
  • Surana
It's B.
anonymous
  • anonymous
US Supreme Court ruled that segregation in public education was unconstitutional. That means segregation was declined and made ILLEGAL. Which choice is that?
Surana
  • Surana
Plessy V Ferguson ended with them stating it was separate but equal, which was okay segregation wise, as long as the facilities were equal. Brown v Board of Education was the one that ended with segregation in a school being made illegal.
anonymous
  • anonymous
They actually did rule that as constitutional, so Surana is right. :)
Surana
  • Surana
:D

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