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26 February, 10:41

How did courts once interpret the equal protection clause to rule in favor of laws that segregated

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  1. 26 February, 10:59
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    They claimed that the laws treated both groups equally because neither could use facilities designated for the other group
  2. 26 February, 11:24
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    In the South there was a rule of separate but equal. Separate but equal ended up not being equal for the African American population. So the courts used the equal protection clause to stop segregation.
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