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Social Studies, 12.11.2019 09:31, clairebear65

What was the main flaw of the supreme court's reasoning in plessy v. ferguson?
a. the declaration of independence implies that americans should be united

b. people must be considered equal under the law from the 14th amendment

c. segregation should be considered a matter for states to decide, not the federal government.

d. segregation is permitted as long as equal facilities are provided for both parties

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