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I. Buchanan v. Warley – Court outlawed Louisville ordinance prohibiting integrated neighborhoods – signaling the Court’s willingness to rule against some Jim Crow statues II. Guinn v. United States – Grandfather clause unconstitutional III. Nixon v. Condon – Democratic party in Texas performed a state function in holding a primary election and its exclusion of blacks from primary elections was a violation of the Equal Protection Clause of the 14 th amendment IV. Grovey v. Townsend – Court reversed Nixon decision V. Smith v. Allwright – The white primary was ultimately outlawed as a violation of the 14 amendment VI. Morgan v. Virginia – Struck down state laws advancing segregated facilities on interstate buses and trains VII. Shelly v. Kraemer – Racially restrictive covenants in housing contracts were prohibited VIII. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 – page 155 IX.Voting Rights Act – page 156 X. Harper v. Virginia State Board of Election – Struck down Virginia’s poll tax as
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