Summaries of Leading Cases on the Constitution

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This authoritative text and reference work is based upon landmark cases decided by the Supreme Court and still prevailing. The privileges and immunities of U. Plessy v. Plessy argued that the Louisiana statute violated the 13th and 14th Amendments by treating black Americans inferior to whites. Plessy lost in every court in Louisiana before appealing to the Supreme Court in In a decision, the Court held that as long as the facilities were equal, their separation satisfied the 14th Amendment.

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Justice John Marshall Harlan authored the lone dissent. Passionately he clarified that the Constitution was color-blind, railing the majority for an opinion which he believed would match Dred Scott in infamy. Lochner v. Gitlow v. A socialist named Benjamin Gitlow printed an article advocating the forceful overthrow of the government and was arrested under New York state law.

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Gitlow argued that the First Amendment guaranteed freedom of speech and the press. Brown v. Board of Education.

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