In 1951, the u. s. supreme court ruled that state laws promoting segregated public schools were
unconstitutional. this ruling, which is referred to as brown v. board of education of topeka(1951) was
considered a landmark decision. which of the following interest groups most likely supported this ruling?
the rainbow coalition
the national rifle association (nra)
the national association for the advancement of colored people (naacp)
the national education association (nea)
the american association of retired persons (aarp)
the correct answer is korematsu was not a spy but could not be granted equal rights.
in the supreme cout’s decision in korematsu v. the united states, the court said that korematsu was not a spy but could not be granted equal rights.
the court voted 6 to 3, and the decision was written by justice black. the decision was that the evacuation order that the citizen korematsu had violated was valid. it was found that the order had no racial intentions. the order was a valid measure to keep the united states safe during war times, especially the pacific west.
the options of the question were, a) was not a spy and deserved equal rights. b) was not a spy but could not be granted equal rights. c) was a spy and should be imprisioned immediately. d) was spy but was free to go back to japan.
i think the correct answer is:
byzantine icon- served as religious symbols in christian churches and were valued and respected for their beauty
illuminated manuscript-preserved classical greek and roman knowledge and were the first bound books
these clouds are called cumulus clouds
the correct answer is a. there was no federal standing army