Sweatt v Painter and Civ Rights Act and NAACP

Sweatt v Painter and Civ Rights Act and NAACP - Sweatt v...

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Sweatt v. Painter o 1950 o New AfAm law school in TX o Separate but equal facilities in new law school? o Violate equal protection clause of 14 th am? o AfAm school grossly unequal to white school—faculty, course variety, library facilities, opportunities, alumni, prestige o Unanimous Civil Rights Act 1964 o Outlawed racial segregation in schools, public places, employment NAACP v. Alabama o 1958 o NAACP must tell state attorney genrl names & addresses of all members and agents in state in order to keep operating o Did requirement violate due process of 14
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Unformatted text preview: th am? o Compelled disclosure of lists would suppress legal association among group’s members-not overriding valid interest of the state o Right to freedom of association upheld for 1 st am o Pursue lawful interests privately and associate freely • NAACP v. Button o 1963 o VA statute banned improper solicitation of legal or prof business o Did law violate 1 st and 14 th am? o NAACP activities-modes of expression and association protected by ams—law unconstitutional...
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  • Fall '08
  • MortonHorwitz
  • Law, NAACP, Violate equal protection

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