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Title: Decision declared that separate but equal facilities did not violate the 14th amendment.


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Decision declared that separate but equal
facilities did not violate the 14th amendment.
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Plessy v. Ferguson
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This decision declared that separate but equal
had no place in education
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Brown v. The Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas
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This case said that if you create a clear and
present danger to a nation at war that your 1st
amendment rights are limited
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Schenk v. US
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This case said that a president does not have
executive privilege when it comes to legal
investigations.
9
US v. Nixon
10
This court case said that only the Federal
government had the jurisdiction to deal with the
Indian nations.
11
Worcester v. GA
12
In this case the Supreme Court assumed the power
of judicial review.
13
Marbury v. Madison
14
In this case, Marshall and his court deemed that
the creation of a national bank was
constitutional (using the elastic clause)
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McCulloch v. MD
16
This 1857 decision said that Congress prohibiting
slavery in any territory was a violation of the
5th amendment.
17
Dred Scott v. Sanford
18
This case said that the Granger laws were
unconstitutional and led to the passage of the
Interstate Commerce Act.
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Wabash v. Illinois
20
This case said that the federal government has
the power to halt a strike that affects a
nations public welfare mail service (even if
it infringes on 1st amendment rights).
21
In re Debs
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This court case deemed the NIRA unconstitutional
for it allowed the it gave the executive
department the right to regulate interstate
commerce (that belonged to Congress)
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Schechter Poultry v. US
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This case said that Executive Order 9066 did not
violate the Japanese Americans 14th and 5th
amendment rights due to the fact that they
created a clear and present danger to a nation at
war.
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Korematsu v. US
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This decision said one person, one vote and
called for the reapportionment of election
districts.
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Baker v. Carr
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This said that a NY State school prayer violated
the 1st amendments prohibition on the
establishment of religion.
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Engel v. Vitale
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This decision stated that the state governments
must provide lawyers for all felony cases
involving indigent accused persons (6th amendment)
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Gideon v. Wainwright
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This decision said that the accused must be
informed of the right to remain silent.
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Miranda v. AZ
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This court case decision said that students
rights are not left at the school house gate it
was in reaction to students protesting the
Vietnam War by wearing black armbands.
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Tinker v. Des Moines
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This case said that prior restraint violated
the 1st amendments freedom of the press in
regards to the Pentagon Papers.
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NY Times v.US
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This case stated that the 9th and 14th amendments
protected a womans right to an abortion in the
1st trimester
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Roe v. Wade
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This decision allowed people to refuse life
support.
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Cruzan v. the Missouri Dept. of Health
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The court ruled that states could seek to control
abortion through reasonable waiting periods and
parental consent for minors as long as the
regulations were not unduly burdensome.
43
Planned Parenthood of Southeastern PA v. Casey
44
This case said that school districts need only
reasonable suspicion to conduct a reasonable
search.
45
NJ v. TLO
46
The court decided that to maintain school safety
that a school could drug test athletes.
47
Veronia School District v. Acton
48
This decision stated that quotas to ensure
affirmative action were unconstitutional
49
Bakke v. Regents of the University of California
50
Said that the commerce clause of the Constitution
allowed the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibition
of racial discrimination in any place of public
accommodation.
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Heart of Atlanta Hotel v. US
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