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Which of the following U.S. Supreme Court decisions gave legitimacy to separate but equal schools and other public accommodation facilities?



A. Marbury v. Madison.
B. The Dread Scott decision.
C. Plessy v. Ferguson.
D. Myers v. United States

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Asked by Emma, Last updated: May 30, 2020

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Sep 08, 2016

Plessy v. ferguson.-plessy v. ferguson was the u.s. supreme court decision that gave legitimacy to separate but equal schools and other public accommodations. in its decision in marbury v. madison (1803), the supreme court gave itself the right to review the constitutionality of acts of congress. in the dread scott decision, the supreme court ruled that african americans were not citizens and that congress did not have the right to make laws prohibiting slavery in any territory. in myers v. united states (1826), the supreme court ruled that the president had the right to fire executive branch employees, thereby making null and void the tenure of office act of 1867 that was brought forth to impeach andre johnson.
 

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