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Plessy V. Ferguson By:Cole Davis
1896 us supreme court case which established the separate but equal clause
homer plessy was arrested in Louisiana for refusing to leave a whites only car
of course must colored public facilities were vastly subpar to the white facilities
the surpreme court ruled that races could be separated into separate railway cars restrooms restraints schools etc as long as both white and colored
a big portion of the 20th century civil rights movement is to abolish plessy V. Ferguson
the object of the fourteenth amendment was undoubtedly to enforce the absolute equlaity of the two races before the law. intended to abolish distinctions based on color.
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