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plessy vs Ferguson
Plessy vs. Ferguson case Fact 1: In 1890 the Louisiana State Legislature passed the Separate Car Act, a law that required "equal, but separate" train car accommodations for Black and White people. Plessy vs. Ferguson case Fact 2: The Separate Car Act was one of the 'Jim Crow Laws' enacted by Southern states, beginning in the 1880s, that legalized segregation between Black Americans and White Americans
How did Plessy v Ferguson verify the US Constitution as the supreme law of the land? It upheld the "separate but equal" doctorine.
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