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Plessy v. Ferguson and Brown v. Board of Education
Discrimination has long been prevalent in American society. The constitution itself is written by white-males for the intended purpose of governing white males, yet its application governs "the melting pot;" a plethora of individualistic differences all combined to create America itself. Virtually all others opposite, in any way different from a white male, even by a fraction (three-fifths, one-eighth, or one-sixteenth) of difference, have at one time or the other been discriminated against by white males. But the most egregious acts of discrimination, in their duration and by the sheer mu…
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