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Homestead Act Allowed Americans to free land in the West
Interstate Commerce Act Regulates the railroads
Sherman Anti-Trust Act Gave the government the ability to abolish monopolies
Plessy v. Ferguson separate but equal
Pure Food and Drug Act Required accurate labeling of ingredients, strict sanitary conditions, and a rating system to meat
19th Amendment allowed all women the right to vote
18th Amendment Outlawed manufacture, sale, and transportation of liquor
Social Security Act Prevent bank failures by insuring money in banks so people won’t lose it even if bank fails
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation regulates the stock market
Securities and Exchange Commission provides unemployment insurance and old age pension
Interstate Highway Act created interstate highway system
Medicare and Medicaid Act provides low cost health insurance to the elderly and children from low income families
Tinker v. Des Moines Students keep their freedom of speech AS LONG AS it does not cause a material and substantial disruption
Brown v. Board of Education outlawed school segregation
Voting Rights Act eliminated the literacy test
Civil Rights Act outlawed discrimination in all public places and businesses
24th Amendment abolished the poll tax
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