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Chapter 52: Review
Jim Crow laws legalized segregation.
The Fifteenth Amendment prevented African-Americans from voting, but grandfather voting laws allowed former Confederate officials to vote.
It was difficult for African-Americans to vote.
Congress tried to nationalize civil rights in the late 1800s.
The public accommodation sections were ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court.
Equal protection under the law and privileges of people are some of the provisions of the Fourteenth Amendment.
Civil liberty guarantees are called Habeas corpus.
One of the most significant results of the case was Choice A, which was separate but equal.
The principle was not fully applied to civil rights cases until the Brown case.
There were clear and present dangers from the Schenk case.
The elastic clause, the reserved power clause, and the separation of powers are all constitutional principles.
The phrase "No State shall deprive persons" is a major characteristic of incorporating.
De jure segregation was illegal after the Brown decision.
If Choice D can be proven, it would be the same as de jure segregation.
Even though choices C, D, and E are related to civil rights issues, they did not result in the recognition that discrimination in public accommodations is illegal.
The first person answered the question.
The equal protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment was used by the Court.
The Court ruled that racial preferences could be used as part of an overall plan when it came to schools and work.
The Court uses Choices A, C, D, and E to determine if there is a sufficient cause to rule that an affirmative action remedy is necessary.
The issue of feminism may have been dealt with in the Feminine Mystique, but it was not historical.
The Equal Rights Amendment would not have an emotional statement.
The Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions was the first call for women's rights.
Civil rights for women are contributed to by statements II, III, and IV.
Title VII is applicable to the workplace.
The Court uses comparable worth deals with equal pay and medium scrutiny to evaluate equal protection issues.
A school administrator was able to search a student without a warrant.
The school limited Frasier's First Amendment rights because of the content of his speech.
The issue of maternity leave was dealt with in the Lafleur case.
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discrimination.
You could possibly eliminate the three Supreme Court cases from being similar answers.
The voter initiative took away state social services for illegal aliens.
The federal government has pursued an active policy of civil rights for minority groups.
Affirmative action is any action taken by the federal government to benefit minorities.
Affirmative action can be seen in many aspects of society, such as minority candidates trying to get a broadcast license.
The foundation of the case is the latter point.
The FCC favors minorities when considering broadcast licenses.
The FCC won the case after the Court ruled that affirmative action was constitutional.
The judges created a new law separate from the legislative branch in order to prove that affirmative action is constitutional by the Supreme Court.
Affirmative action is a concept created by the courts and is a result of judicial activism.
Civil rights, affirmative action, and school policy are important areas of public policy that need to be understood and followed through the courts.
Judicial activism and restraint are important ideas because they help mold the decisions of many cases and play vital roles in our judicial system.
State and local civil rights legislation have accompanied these.
Even though the Nineteenth Amendment granted voting rights to women in the U.S., they still sought equal treatment in other social relationships.
The Equal Rights Amendment is intended to outlaw discrimination based on sex in the U.S. Constitution.
In 1971 and 1972 the House of Representatives and the Senate approved the Equal Rights Amendment.
On June 30, 1982, three states fell short of the 38 needed to approve the amendment to the constitution.
The equal protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment was not used to give women explicit constitutional protection.
Sex discrimination within the context of violation of constitutional rights is the most serious sanction in the U.S. legal system.
Civil rights for African-Americans were advanced by a Supreme Court case.
The Supreme Court case increased civil rights for African-Americans.
One point is earned for the identification of a constitutional amendment that was initiated to advance the cause of equal rights for women.
The amendment would have increased the rights of women.
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