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  • The Civil Rights Act did all of the following EXCEPT
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  • Which of the following generalizations accurately describe the advancement of civil rights in the twentieth century?I.  The Fourteenth Amendment served as the foundation on which the Supreme Court based many of its decisions regarding civil rightsII.  The national government has opted to pursue civil rights at the expense of limited governmentIII.  The Supreme Court typically finds laws that racial classifications are unconstitutionalIV.  The Supreme Court has outlawed all laws that classify citizens by race, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity and disability
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  • The Equal Rights Amendment has not become a part of the Constitution because
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  • Van Gend en Loos [1963] came up with the doctrine of direct effect in relation to Treaty directives and considered that a Treaty provision could have direct effect provided three conditions are met.  Which three:

  • In Case 41/74 Van Duyn v Home Office the court held that Van Duyn could rely on a directive that had not been implemented in a claim against the Home Office against their refusal to allow her entry to the UK to commence work with the Church of Scientology.  What were the reasons given by the court for saying that the directive can be directly effective?

  • Pubblico Ministero v Tullio Ratti [1979] concerned a directive on labelling of solvents and varnishes.  Ratti adopted measures to comply with directive.  Italy prosecuted him for not relying on national provisions.  He sought to rely on the directive in his defence.  The court gave three reasons why he could do so.  Although in the end, they held that he could not as the date for implementation of the directive had not passed.  What were the reasons given by the court as to why Ratti should (if the date had passed) be able to rely on directive.

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  • What was the aim of the Assimilation policy?

  • What were the two questions about in the referendum? 

  • Who was involved in The Era of Reform?
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  • What happened at the Seneca Fall Convention?
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  • What state was the first state to open an asylum?
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