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  • * Equal Protection *They enrolled their daughter in school *14th Amendment
  • Brown V. Board OF Education(1954)
  • *Order in society *segregated Public Schools *Plessy V. Ferguson,1896 *10th Amendment *Lum V. Rice, 1927
  • Brown:Arguments, Values,Actions,Laws
  • * Equal Protection * They enrolled their daughter in school *14th Amendment
  • Topeka: Arguments
  • * Conditions have changed in U.S *Segregating children denies ability to be equal *schools are the key to Equality *Separate is inherently unequal
  • *Social equality is possible with segregated facilities *Segregated schools maintain orderly society *Congress,not the courts, must change law
  • Decisions/Legacy
  • Supreme court orders to degregate Education set social and motion; real change takes Education, Time, and Personal Experience.
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