Unformatted text preview: was very hard to make a call on what to do. As you can see, the ruling was 6 to 3. The Court found that the proof didn’t point to any recognized discrimination in the construction industry. They were unsuccessful in showing convincing governmental awareness in allocating public contracting chances on the ground of race. It outstandingly unconstitutional, and out right not fair. Holdings: 6 to 3 vote. The city failed to show the necessity for corrective prosecution. How they treated their citizens violated the Equal Protection Clause ....
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- Fall '10
- Law, Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Brown v. Board of Education, Richmond v. J.A. Croson Co