How does the U.S. Supreme Court affect the rights of citizens? It can take away the rights of citizens by ruling laws unconstitutional. It can rule laws unconstitutional that violate rights protected in the Constitution. It can make decisions in cases that only some citizens must follow. It can create new rights for citizens through approval of new laws.
these are the multiple choices for that question :) The seating arrangement on this southern bus reflects changes started by the ruling in D.C. v. Heller Plessy v. Ferguson Marbury v. Madison Brown v. Board of Education
Any ideas for this one?
On June 7, 1892, 30-year-old Homer Plessy was jailed for sitting in the "White" car of the East Louisiana Railroad. Which one states this?
This police office is placing a sign outside a rail station. He is enforcing the ruling in D.C. v. Heller Plessy v. Ferguson Marbury v. Madison Brown v. Board of Education
Plessy v. Ferguson Marbury v. Madison Brown v. Board of Education Texas v. Johnson
Is there a statement for this one?
Which of the following U.S. Supreme Court decisions made this image from an American classroom possible throughout the nation?
ok that makes more sense xD
How did the U.S. Supreme Court show a change of interpretation in the case of Brown v. Board of Education? The Brown decision completely overturned the decision made in Marbury v. Madison. The Brown decision reversed the decision of Plessy v. Ferguson for public schools. The Brown decision said segregation was legal in the nation when before it had been illegal. The Brown decision made all laws related to teaching foreign languages illegal.
You forgot to answer the last one XD
oh sorry c?
Yeah, I agree. Next one guess?
Which of the following cases began because an African American man was arrested for sitting in the whites-only section of a train? Marbury v. Madison Texas v. Johnson Plessy v. Ferguson Brown v. Board of Education
Study the quote, and then answer the question that follows: The Second Amendment "surely elevates above all other interests the right of law-abiding, responsible citizens to use arms in defense of hearth and home." The quote is from and reflects the main idea of the Supreme Court case D.C. v. Heller Plessy v. Ferguson Marbury v. Madison Brown v. Board of Education