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Q: What fraction of the Supreme Court's workload was reduced after only two years' operation of the separate courts of appeals?
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What contributes most to the workload of the supreme court?

Cases from its appellate jurisdiction.

What did the supreme court say about the separate but equal clause?


What work did Thurgood Marshall?

he was a judge for the supreme court in separate but equal.

Does the supreme court makes the majority of American judicial policy?

No. Only the tiniest fraction of American judicial policy is made by the Supreme Court.

What did the supreme court decide in 1896 that reinforced the Jim Crow laws?

The Supreme Court decided that the state governments could legally separate people of different races as long as the separate facilities were equal.

In what year did the U.S. Supreme Court overturn the 'separate but equal law?


The separate but equal standard was created by?

The supreme court in plessy v fergussion based on a theory that separate can be equal but in reality it's not

What fraction of congress can override a president who vetoes a law if they want to pass it?

the supreme court justices

What was the supreme courts role in legalizing segregation?

The Supreme Court passed Brown v. The Board of Education in 1954; this case was pivotal in ending the 'separate, but equal' doctrine that had perpetuated segregation. It illuminated the fact that separate was inherently not equal.

What year did the U.S. supreme court overturn the separate but equal law?

1954 . Separate but equal wasn't a law, but an method used in Jim Crow to keep people separated and unequal.Thurgood Marshal was the lawyer for the plaintiffs. He argued that the system of racial separation, while masquerading as providing separate but equal treatment of both white and black Americans, instead it perpetuated inferior accommodation, services, and treatment for black Americans. The suit called for the Topeka school district to reverse its policy of racial segregation. The Supreme Court used the 14th amendments equal protection clause to determine the operation of separate public schools for white and black students.

What is the best description of the Plessy v. Ferguson Supreme Court decision?

Separate but equal

Why was the Supreme Court decision in Plessy v Ferguson important?

it legalized separate but equal