Brown v. Board of Education, 347 US 483 (1954)
Yes. The Supreme Court decision was based on the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. The Court indicated that the decision could also be supported by the Fourteenth Amendment Due Process Clause, but declined to elaborate because the Equal Protection Clause was sufficient to render segregation in the public schools unconstitutional.
Rational basis test
as a child, she testified in a court case that helped end school segregation
Standards and tests for APEX
Publishing information that may be damaging to national security
a driver receives a traffic ticket but is not told that he can appeal it in court
a drug dealer with several prior convictions is sent to prison without a trial
a demonstrator chanting anticorporate slogans outside a company's headquarters
separate treatment based on race is inherently unequal
slaves and former slaves
the government forbids television stations from broadcasting shows that contain profanity
the government outlaws speech that encourages citizens to commit crimes
the idea that the equal protection clause applied to the federal government as well as to the states
court clerks refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples
raising money by staging a reading of the play 8, which supports same-sex marriage.
it prevented employers from forcing workers under the age of 70 to retire
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Answer this question… Expanded civil liberties
implied right to privacy. APEX
Guys its Presidential power has become less restricted over time.
starting a new business
Institution of slavery
racial segregation affects children's self-image