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Q: The Supreme Court did not interpret the Fourteenth Amendment as incorporating the Bill of Rights until?
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The source of authority cited by the Supreme Court for applying the Bill of Rights to the states is?

the fourteenth amendment to the constitution


How did Miranda v Arizona effect the Fourteenth Amendment?

Miranda v. Arizona, (1966) didn't affect the Fourteenth Amendment; the Fourteenth Amendment allowed the US Supreme Court's decision to be applied to the states via the Due Process Clause.


The women's suffrage movement wanted a constitutional amendment because?

The Supreme Court ruled against efforts to apply the Fourteenth Amendment to women


Which legal case saw the Supreme Court apply the Fourteenth Amendment's equal protection clause?

The 15th amendment


What role did the U.S supreme court play in ending reconstruction?

The Court restricted the scope of the Fourteenth Amendment by leaving its enforcement up to the states.


What other groups have turned to the Supreme Court to protect their Civil Rights?

Bill of Rights and The Fourteenth Amendment.


What other groups have turned to the Supreme Court to protect their civil right?

Bill of Rights and The Fourteenth Amendment.


How does the US Supreme Court typically use the Fourteenth Amendment?

The Supreme Court uses the Fourteenth Amendment Due Process and Equal Protection Clauses to selectively incorporate individual clauses in the Bill of Rights to the states in order to make federal legislation and US Supreme Court decisions enforceable against and within the states. Without the Fourteenth Amendment, Supreme Court decisions would not be enforceable against any body except the federal government. For more information, see Related Questions, below.


The twenty fourth amendment differs from the fourteenth and fifteen amendment?

The twenty fourth amendment differs from the fourteenth an d fifteen amendment since it prohibits the federal government or the states from making voters pay a poll tax before they can vote in a national election. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that poll taxes, by themselves, did not violate the Fourteenth or Fifteenth Amendments.It


what Act was found unconstitutional by the Supreme Court because of the wording of the Fourteenth Amendment?

Civils Right Act of 1875


How primarily does Chief Justice earl warren support the supreme courts?

He cites the Fourteenth Amendment and explains its purpose.


How did the supreme court apply the intent of the fourteenth amendment after the slaughterhouse cases changed it?

It used the due process clause.