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What are the three levels of scrutiny used by the Supreme Court to discover whether discrimination is permissible?



A. Arguably discriminatory, reasonable analysis, and negligent.
B. Negligent, arguably discriminatory, and reasonable.
C. Reasonable, inherently suspect, and grossly discriminatory.
D. Reasonable, inherently suspect, and the intermediate standard.
E. Suspect, inherently suspect, and the intermediate standard.

This question is part of Government Chapters 4-5
Asked by Hookemhorns, Last updated: Dec 05, 2017

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered on Dec 20, 2016

Reasonable, inherently suspect, and the intermediate standard.
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