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CHAPTER 1 -- Part 7: 5
The Court argued that the equal protection and due process clauses in the Fourteenth amendment did not apply to the behavior of individuals.
The convictions were outside the reach of the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment because of the prosecution's failure to prove racial intent.
The Enforcement Acts were struck down by the justices because they ruled that the states were responsible for protecting citizens from attack by other private citizens.
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