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Regarding these two famous Supreme Court cases, Plessy v. Ferguson, and Brown v. Board of Education. In one case, state law won (Louisiana), and in the other, state law lost (Kansas).

For each case, answer the following questions:
- Briefly describe the case.
- How is the case relevant to us today?

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Regarding these two famous Supreme Court cases, Plessy v. Ferguson, and Brown v. Board of Education. In one case, state law won (Louisiana), and in the other, state law lost (Kansas).
For each case, answer the following questions:
- Briefly describe the case.
- How is the case relevant to us today?

Plessy v. Ferguson involved a single man but was representative for an entire race. The man was a Creole male in Louisiana who could pass for white but was considered African American, during this time Blacks had to sit on separate bus cars. The man refused and was arrested, upon his arrest he challenged the practice of making Blacks sit on separate buses as a violation of the 14th Amendments' doctrine and his lawyer argued before the Supreme Court this fact. The court however digressed and set ...

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