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  2. ...inadmissible at trial. This case was decided together with Wolf v . Rice . n a 6-to-3 decision, the Court held that where states had provided opportunities for full and fair litigation of...

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  3. ... College v . Kentucky (1908), and Gong Lum v . Rice (1925). In 1938, in Missouri ex rel. Gaines v . Canada, the State of Missour operated a law school to which only white students...

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  4. .... It was codified on local and state levels and most famously with the “separate but equal.... Supreme Court in Plessy v . Ferguson (1896). In 1954 the Supreme...

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  5. .... It was codified on local and state levels and most famously with the “separate but equal.... Supreme Court in Plessy v . Ferguson (1896). In 1954 the Supreme...

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  6. ... Court of the United States in 1954 in Brown v . Board of Education. ...have come from actor Thomas D. Rice who portrayed a slave named...

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  8. ... IV, section 2, Amendments IV, V , IX and X) and abolition (or emancipation) could... (legally and constitutionally at least) by state law or constitutional amendment. No abolition amendment...

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  9. ...2 and Amendments IV, V , IX and X. Abolition could come about only by state law or constitutional amendment. The...the backbreaking work of the large tobacco, rice , sugar and cotton plantations...

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  10. ...abolition amendment. The ploy failed, the southern states continued to secede (as was their...the southern cash crops like tobacco, sugar, cotton and rice . About 75% of those revenues were...

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