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Unformatted text preview: Question 1 {1 point} El Many of the litigants in cases raising constitutional questions about sexual discrimination have been men seeking equality with women in their treatment under the law. 0 True False Question 2 {1 point} E] In the case of Regents of the University of California v. Bakke, the Supreme Court ruled that race could never be considered in admissions policies, and declared all affirmative action programs to be unconstitutional. True 0 False Question 3 (1 point} El Since 1995, the Supreme Court has consistently supported the use of affirmative action in both the public and private sector. True 0 False Question 4 [1 point} El With the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment, adult women throughout the United States were allowed to vote in the presidential election of 1920. I True False Save Question 5 [1 point} El Majorityr rule sometimes conflicts with individual rights. I True False Question 6 {1 point} El Historically, equality in American society has tended to emphasize equal results. True I False 5mm Question I" {1 point} El The word equality does NOT appear in the original Constitution. I True False Question 8 [1 point} El In Korematsu y. United States, the Supreme Court ruled that the public order requiring Japanese Americans to be removed from the west coast during World War II and placed in internment camps was racist and unconstitutional. True I False Question 9 {1 point} E] In early American society, married women could have no legal identity separate from that of their husbands. I True False Question 10 (‘1 point] B After winning the right to vote for women, the feminist movement gained momentum in the 19205. True I False ...
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  • Fall '12
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