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Running Head: Brown V. Board of Education Brown Vs. Board of Education (1954) ( Race-segregated schools are unconstitutional) Brittany M. Isaiah October 15, 2017 MMPA 6451: Public Policy Analysis
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Running Head: Brown V. Board of Education The Supreme Court is the most noteworthy tribunal in the Nation for all cases and discussions emerging under the Constitution or the laws of the United States. As the last mediator of the law, the Court provides the American individuals the guarantee of equivalent equity under law and, accordingly, works as gatekeeper and translator of the Constitution. The intricate part of the Supreme Court is its power to nullify legislation or executive actions which, in the Court's considered judgment, strife with the Constitution. This power of "legal audit" has given the Court a vital obligation in guaranteeing singular rights, and in addition in keeping up a "living Constitution" whose expansive arrangements are persistently connected to muddled new circumstances (SCOTUS). In 1954, substantial parts of the United States had racially isolated schools, made legitimate by Plessy v. Ferguson (1896), which held that separate public institutions were constitutional inasmuch as the colored and caucasian facilities were equal to each other. Be that as it may, by the mid-twentieth century, social liberties bunches set up lawful and political, difficulties to racial isolation. In the mid 1950s, NAACP legal counselors brought legal claims for the benefit of colored school children and their families in Kansas, South Carolina, Virginia,
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