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It constitutionaliszed the "Seprate, but Equal" doctrine.

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The Supreme Court established "separate but equal" in Plessy v Fergusun in 1896 to match the ruling of Brown v Board of Education. It was ruled constitutional because the Brown v Board of Education had already started the desegregation rule.


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