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What was the difference between the Supreme Court decisions in Sweatt v. Painter and Brown v. Board of Education? Sweatt ruled that “separate but equal” graduate and professional schools were constitutional. Brown overturned that decision. Sweatt struck down “separate but equal” public schools. Brown struck down “separate but equal” graduate schools. Sweatt struck down “separate but equal” graduate and professional schools. Brown struck down “separate but equal” public schools. Sweatt concerned African American voting rights. Brown concerned equal access to education for African Americans.

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