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"Brown v. The Board of Education"
An analysis of the "Brown v. The Board of Education" case.
# 124632 | 3,500 words | 46 sources | MLA | 2008 |
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in African-American Studies (Civil Rights) , Law (Historic Trials)
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This paper discusses the landmark "Brown v. The Board of Education" case, discussing its consequences and offering original analysis and independent opinion of the case and its outcomes.
From the Paper:"In mid- 20th century America, racial segregation was an unpleasant fact. African Americans were discriminated against in housing, education, employment and even public services. According to Massey and Denton, and as cited in Ferguson, their segregation indices rose higher than in any past era or group and by mid-20 century, their segregation indices were over ... nearly everywhere and often ... or more in the largest black communities. Although President Abraham Lincoln had freed American slaves during the Civil War with the..."
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