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Unformatted text preview: King, however, worried that the reliance on the federal courts distracted the civil rights activists Mendez v Westminister (1946) challenged the segregation of Mexican American children in Orange County Racial boundaries are complex and constantly shifting because race is constructed by society, or is socially constructed Lawyers stipulated that Mexican Americans were a part of the White race and the case raided no issue of race discrimination JACL and the NAACP argued that any school segregation was unconstitutional, and argument that was rejected in Mendez, but accepted in Brown...
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- Spring '07