milliken v. bradley brief

milliken v. bradley brief - to attain integration in...

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Courtney Smith Professor King PSCI 4200 11/17/10 Milliken v. Bradley Brief Facts: Milliken v. Bradley (July 25, 1974) case is one that’s still very important to our court system today. Milliken v. Bradley was another supreme court case dealing with Equal Protection rights. The city schools of Detroit, Michigan were ethnically unfair in the opinion of the District Court. The court’s solution was to rearrange the issues of nearby upper-class school districts to attain ethnic balance in the city’s schools. Issues: Can certain District Courts rearrange certain borders of integrated school districts
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Unformatted text preview: to attain integration in segregated districts? No. Reasoning: No, this case really was unconstitutional because its hard to make a call on what to do in that certain situation. This case without a doubt violates our constitution, and the Fourteenth Amendment. The fact that their trying to use the Constitution to segregate schools is just wrong. Once again, its outstandingly unconstitutional, and out right not fair. Holdings: The Courts ruling was 5 to 4. The Supreme Court was definitely split in their Courtney Smith Professor King PSCI 4200 11/17/10 decision....
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