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Unformatted text preview: violate the Fourteenth Amendment? No Reasoning: It would violate only if the code did not allow the blacks to take trains. States can separate facilities to keep races segregated. But in fairness, it is unconstitutional. Holding: 7 votes for Fergerson, 1 against. The decision was made on the separate-but-equal law, that separate accommodations for blacks and whites pleased the Fourteenth Amendment as long as they were equal....
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- Fall '10
- Plessy v. Ferguson, Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Brown v. Board of Education, Separate but equal, Plessy, Fergerson