Test 4 Review Poli Sci

Test 4 Review Poli Sci - Test 4 Cases on Racial Equality...

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Test 4 Cases on Racial Equality Dred Scott v Sandford Plessy v Ferguson Brown v Board of Education Cases on Modern Equal Protection Skinner v OK Korematsu v US Craig v Boren Bakke v Regents Due Process Incorporation Baron v Baltimore Palko v CT Substantive Due Process Lochner v NY Griswold v CT Roe v Wade Year of Dred Scott v Sandford case 1857 Who was involved in the Dred Scott v Sandford case Missouri slave and executor of owner’s estate What was going on in the Dred Scott v Sandford case Scott resides in free state (IL) and free territory (MO) and sues for his freedom What is the Question of the Law in the Dred Scott v Sandford case Are slaves citizens? Did he become free when he traveled to a territory, which Congress made free (the Missouri Compromise of 1821) Who won the Dred Scott v Sandford case Sandford Logic of Dred Scott v Sandford case: African lineage causes Them not to be able to sue in court Logic of Dred Scott v Sandford case: slaves are property and not people so the owners have a 5 th amendment “due process” right not to have their property taken from them What was called unconstitutional in the Dred Scott v Sandford case? Missouri Compromise In Dred Scott v Sandford case, Abe Lincoln said that the decision was Final What overturned Dred Scott v Sandford decision? 14 th Amendment Year of Plessy v Ferguson case 1896 Who was involved in the Plessy v Ferguson case 1/8 black citizen and a LA judge Facts on the Plessy v Ferguson case LA has a “separate by equal” laws to separate rail cars. Plessy looked white, bought a white ticket, sat there, announced he was black, and was arrested Question of law for Plessy v Ferguson case Does separate but equal law violate the equal protection clause of the 14 th Amendment Who won the Plessy v Ferguson case Feguson Logic in Plessy v Ferguson case: Because the 14 th amendment Intended to establish absolute equality before the law but not social equality In Plessy v Ferguson case, the test is Separate but equal but as long as they are equal
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then separate is okay Significance in Plessy v Ferguson case Segregation was lawful Year of Brown v Board of Education case 1954 Who was in Brown v Board of Education case Black student and a Kansas school Facts in the Brown v Board of Education case A black student was denied entrance into white school even though he was just as qualified Question of Law for Brown v Board of Education case Is racial segregation inherently unequal and therefor deprive students of equal protection under the 14 Amendment Winner of the Brown v Board of Education case Brown Logic of Brown v Board of Education case Separate but equal has an attached a stigma of inferiority. Test of Brown v Board of Education case Separate is inherently unequal Significance of Brown v Board of Education case Plessy era of jurisprudence The 2 nd Brown v Board of Education case in 1955 directed local courts to Implement the principles of Brown What is Brown v Board of Education case an example of
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course PSC 2302 taught by Professor Dr.riley during the Spring '08 term at Baylor.

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