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Chapter 12: CIVIL RIGHT 1. When the government makes distinctions between citizens those distinctions must a. be clearly defined b. not be arbitrary and capricious c. be vague and indefinite d. give great latitude to the state e. none of the above is correct 2. When states have statutes discriminating against a class of citizens the state must have 3. Certain types of class distinctions such as race and sex are presumed unreasonable. Courts call these a. suspect criteria or suspect classifications b. latent discrimination statutes c. patently offensive legislation d. doctored statutes e. Title Eight statutes 4. The Courts apply “close scrutiny” to 5. In the 1940s and 1950s, the Supreme Court became looked upon as a 6. The first Africans to come to America came a. with the Spanish and Portuguese explorers b. to Jamestown, Va. in 1619 c. as slaves d. as merchants e. to Boston
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7. The first African Americans came 8. One of the greatest successes of democracy is
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