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Describe the Warren Court and the expansion of individual rights as seen in the Miranda decision.

Earl Warren was chief justice of the Supreme Court from 1953 until 1969. 728 more words

US History

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Explain Brown v. Board of Education and efforts to resist the decision 

Who was the chief justice, what was the decision on what constitutional/legal ground? 400 more words

Us History

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Explain Brown V. Board of Education and efforts to resist the decision.

Brown V. The Board of Education sought to desegregate school systems around the country. 417 more words

US History

Stare decisis, Cornerstone of Common Law

One of the first terms any western law student becomes familiar with is the notion of stare decisis, latin for “to stand by things decided.” 332 more words

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All Deliberate Speed: Brown’s place in history

Since it’s a foundational text, I decided to dive into “All Deliberate Speed” by Charles Ogletree as the first off the list from the Sources and Topics… 677 more words

All Deliberate Speed

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We had played together every Monday for the previous two years…that is, every Monday when the sun was shining…regardless of temperature, since we had turned four. 2,330 more words

Direct Action :: Tasi's 'Cleanse' Is A Minimalist Masterpiece

In a world that seems to have a pattern of becoming smitten with excess (in all forms, be it material or symbolic), it’s nice to see that there are artists who approach their expression with a bare bones aesthetic.   77 more words

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