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Unformatted text preview: Civil Liberties, Civil Rights GOV 310 Lecture 15 Keith and the questions are Is Affirmative Action constitutional? What are the specific laws on separation of church and state? Lecture Outline I. Civil Rights: equal citizenship II. Civil Liberties: protection of individualism III. Bill of Rights A. Incorporation of the Bill of Rights to the States B. Implicit Rights C. Provisions of the Bill of Rights I. Civil RightsEqual Citizenship How has our nation addressed equality? Equality in the Constitution Equality in the Supreme Court Equality in Legislation Equality in Executive Action Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, 1954 and 1955 Supreme Court rejected the separate-but-equal doctrine Segregation to be ended with all deliberate speed. The Court approved several remedies to achieve integration, including busing, racial quotas CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT The advancement of racial equality required political mobilization Political mobilization met massive resistance from a culture used to centuries of white supremacy Lecture Outline I. Civil Rights: equal citizenship...
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