The Supreme court confronted an affirmative action quota program for the first

The supreme court confronted an affirmative action

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27. The Supreme court confronted an affirmative action quota program for the first time inA. "Regents of the University of California v. Bakke".B. "Minor v. Happersett".C. "Wygant v. Jackson Board of Education".D. "Craig v. Boren".E. "Clarence Thomas v. Anita Hill" (1991)28. In "Regents of the University of California v. Bakke", Allan Bakke contended that29. The Equal Rights Amendment declared that "equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or any State on account of30. Martin Luther King Jr.'s strategy of civil disobedience consisted of
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31. All citizens are guaranteed the "equal protection of the laws" byA. the original wording of the Constitution.B. the Civil Equality Act of 1966.C. the Fourteenth Amendment.32. Lemon V. Kurtzman established33. The case which held that a defendant was entitled to counsel even if he could not hire one34. The case which stated that the defendant had the right to counsel during questioning and investigation
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35. The Exclusionary Rule can be defined as:A. a court order directing that a person in custody be brought to court and show just cause for detentionB. the punishment for an act that was not illegal at the time committedC. a law that allows one to be punished without a trialD. the principle that evidence, no matter how telling, may not be used if obtained illegallyE. a law against discrimination
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  • Government, Supreme Court of the United States, Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, d., c.

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