The Grange Movement was perhaps one of the most contested actions that took place in the United States. The Grange movement was founded in 1867 with the intent to better Farmer’s conditions through the state government. It called attention to the outrageous f...
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...rasting beliefs on race equality became more obvious was during the Brown v Board of Education. In this case the Supreme Court had repealed the decision made in the Plessy v Ferguson case, saying that it is impossible for African Americans to be treated “separate but equal” in public schools, and therefore African Americans are deprived of protection from the law. Many of the schools accepted the decision made by the Supreme Court, others still continued to segregate schools based on race. Many Southerners believed that the Brown v Board of Education case is unconstitutional and declared to allow segregation in public education. In the distinct perspectives of both southern politicians and Civil rights advocates view the decision made by the Supreme Court differently, resulting in two different visions on a decision meant to insure the rights of African Americans.
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