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Unformatted text preview: -US Supreme Court judge issues a warning and the state has the power to resolve dispute-Disputes between private parties become state action when they go to court-Restrictive covenance (neighborhood review/restrictive control to better community)-Violations court, state judge enforce restrictive covenance Disputes can be settled in court or through arbitration -Private way without the government-No state action-The ruling by a court is state action when private parties enter court-Example of arbitration: a church can excommunicate members as private action and withou the government to do so Government has outlawed private discrimination (restaurants, hotels, airplanes, etc.)-Illegal to segregate in area of interstate commerce-Racially restrictive clauses-The government can interfere with private organizations in some ways State action can be appealed...
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- Fall '08