IN THE CASE OF PLESSY V. FERGUSON, THE SUPREME COURT
A) DID ITS PART TO BRING AN END TO FEDERALLY AUTHORIZED SEGREGATION OF THE RACES.
B) UPHELD A LOUISIANA STATUE THAT REQUIRED SEGREGATION OF THE RACES ON RAILROAD TRAINS.
C) DECLARED UNCONSTITUTIONAL ALL STATE STATUTES THAT REQUIRED SEGREGATION OF THE RACES
D) FOUND THAT THE PRINCIPAL OF SEPARATE-BUT-EQUAL TREATMENT DEPRIVES MINORITIES OF THEIR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 9, 2019, 4:10 pm ad1c9bdddf
I am not sure if you're just asking for the right answer or for an explanation but let me give you an explanation first.
In Plessy v. Freguson, it was a test case to test whether a recent determination by the district courts for anti segregation among railroad cars traveling between states would stand up constitutionally for railroad cars that only traveled within one state. So Plessy volunteered to be the test subject ...
The expert examines Plessy versus Ferguson.