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11/11/2020Chapter 5 Quiz: Civil Rights: American Government - PSC101_7201/17Chapter 5 Quiz: Civil RightsDueNov 15 at 11:59pmPoints25Questions25AvailableNov 9 at 12am - Nov 15 at 11:59pm 7 daysTime Limit60 MinutesAttempt HistoryAttemptTimeScoreLATESTAttempt 1 21 minutes25 out of 25Score for this quiz: 25out of 25Submitted Nov 11 at 11:13pmThis attempt took 21 minutes.1 / 1 ptsQuestion 1Advocates of affirmative action argue that _____.positive unequal treatment is necessary to remedy a history of negativediscriminatory actionsCorrect!Correct!
11/11/2020Chapter 5 Quiz: Civil Rights: American Government - PSC101_7202/17people of all races should always be treated the same as outlined in the equalprotection clauseunequal treatment should be struck down as a violation of strict scrutiny positive unequal treatment will not remedy the effects of past discriminations 1 / 1 ptsQuestion 2What is it called when there are anti-discrimination laws but discrimination stilloccurs in practice?Correct!Correct!De jure De novo De minimis
11/11/2020Chapter 5 Quiz: Civil Rights: American Government - PSC101_7203/171 / 1 ptsQuestion 3In what landmark case did the Supreme Court deny a slave living on free soilpersonhood and citizenship?1 / 1 ptsQuestion 4What were the effects of the Indian Reorganization Act?Correct!Correct!Conditions on the reservation improved dramatically.
11/11/2020Chapter 5 Quiz: Civil Rights: American Government - PSC101_7204/17Native Americans were granted the right to vote. Native Americans were recognized as citizens of the state in which the reservationexisted.