1. In Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, the Supreme Court ruled
that segregated public schools
1. provided an appropriate education for all students.
2. must be made equal to non-segregated schools.
3. must comply with federal standards.
4. provided an unequal education
2. The decision in Brown v. Board of Education
of Topeka established that
1. racial discrimination is legal.
2. the "separate but equal" principle is constitutional.
3. poll taxes are illegal.
4. segregating students by race is unconstitutional.
3. A comparison of the decisions in Plessy Ferguson and Brown v. Board of
Education illustrates that
1. protection of civil rights has long been a judicial priority.
2. Supreme Court decisions may be reversed over time.
3. civil disobedience is unconstitutional.
4. the courts have given greater protection to property rights than to
4. Martin Luther King, Jr., believed that racial attitudes could best be
1. repeal of the Thirteenth Amendment.
2. establishing a separate nation for African Americans.
3. nonviolent protest.
4. school segregation.
5. Martin Luther King, Jr., urged his
followers to seek justice by
1. using violence.
2. engaging in civil disobedience.
3. leaving a community that practiced racism.
4. demanding reparations from Congress.