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How did the majority of Supreme Court justices in the case of Plessy v. Ferguson interpret the 14th Amendment? A. Separate but equal facilities only apply to white citizens, not blacks. B. Blacks are not citizens and therefore have no legal protection. C. Racial segregation is constitutional if the facilities are the same for everyone. D. All citizens are equal under the law and therefore segregation is illegal.

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    @Wolverine32

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    Racial segregation is constitutional if the facilities are the same for everyone.

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    Which statement describes the Supreme Court's decision in the Brown v. Board of Education case? A. It agreed with the earlier Plessy v. Ferguson ruling on public education. B. It declared that segregated public schools were unconstitutional. C. It said that states had to choose what kind of public schools to provide. D. It upheld "separate but equal" public education.

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    i think d

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    correct

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