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Unformatted text preview: [____W _ c. tutor for other children d. she did not work at that time , 9. In 1954,1955 a basic conclusion of the Supreme Court in its Brown decisions was that segregation a; had no rightful place in American life Gay is a denial of equal protection of the laws c. does irreversible damage to both black and white children d. all of the above 10. The Brown I decision of 1954 ruled'against racial segregation a. in public and private education b. in all sectors of American life c. in public education {d} in the American South 11. The Brown II decision of 1955 held that @jdesegregation plans should be drawn up by school districts and approved by the courts before desegregation began by'segregation should be ended immediately throughout the United States c/‘segregation was also a serious problem in the North d, segregation was illegal and improper but morality could ‘ not be legislated i 12. Onlookers to the Supreme Court rulings in the Brown decisions have sometimes described them as examples of a. judicial‘balancing b. the art of political compromise at its highest c. judicial insight id} judicial legislation 13. Segregation is often popularly referred to as a. the Peculiar Institution Tim CrCW $3“); c. Southern Justice d. Uncle Tom 14. Shortly after the Brown II decision was rendered in 1955 Emmett Till was murdered in Mississippi because a1 he stole candy from a grocery store br’he accidentally bumped into a white woman fiififhis murderers accused him of not knowing his proper place d. his murderers said he did not apologize for his misbehavior 15. Found innocent, the men who killed Emmett Till later confessed their guilt a, to clear their consciences Q3 after being paid $4000 by a reporter for their story c. because they were given an award by the Ku Klux Klan d. because under the Constitution they could not be tried twice fer the same crime 16. When writing about the Emmett Till murder in Coming of Age in Mississippi the author observed / a she now feared being black he should have stayed home in Chicago c. he was killed for a small insult to a white woman d. how much she hated life in the South 17. Some scholars argue that the U.S. Constitution should be color blind. As proof of this they point to the Due Process 2 ...
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