TO THE ONE WHO S ALL THE Q’S ! In the 1857 Supreme Court Case, Dred Scott v Sanford, the

TO THE ONE WHO S ALL THE Q’S !

In the 1857 Supreme Court Case, Dred Scott v Sanford, the outcome was. (5p’s)
Dred Scott was given his freedom and declared a citizen.
Segregation is no longer allowed.
Dred Scott loses because African Americans are not conisdered citizens.
Slavery becomes banned in the United States.

The decision from In Re Gault was that juveniles, when arrested, do not have the same Due Process rights as adults. (5p’s)
True
False

Match the numbers with the correct text. (5p’s)
This case OVERTURNED the precedent.
Said segregation was NOT ALLOWED.
Coined the term “separate but equal”
Said that segregation (separation based on skin color) was ALLOWED.
1.
Brown v. Board of Education
2.
Plessy v. Ferguson
(which of these two matches all those sentences)

The four cases below are all concerned with US Citizenship and the 14th amendment. Write a short response (1-2 paragraphs TOTAL) in which you explain how each of the cases effected Citizenship at that time in US history. Be sure to include the outcome and effect of each case. (5p’s)
Dred Scott v Sanford
Plessy v Ferguson
Brown v Board
In Re Gault

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