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MR. C-Chapter15-Holt

Carroll County-Holt-Chapter 15-Mr. C

voluntarily giving up citizenship expatriation
group of people within a nation who share common characteristics such as race, nationality, religion, language, or cultural heritage ethnic group
mandatory separation of different races segregation
citizenship by reason of parentage jus sanguinis
held that the Equal Protection Clause was not violated by segregation laws separate-but-equal doctrine
loss of citizenship denaturalization
general pardon given by government to persons who have violated a law amnesty
policies used to help end the effects of historical and continuing discrimination affirmative action
people who come to the USA without official immigration papers and by law may not remain here illegal aliens
distinctions of doubtful legality suspect classifications
opinion made without reasonable and careful investigation of the facts prejudice
government has to demonstrate that a classification is more than just a reasonable method of achieving a legitimate goal strict scrutiny test
forcibly returned to country of origin deported
segregation policies enacted by southern states in the late 1800s Jim Crow laws
privileges or powers granted by government to individuals to ensure equal treatment under the law civil rights
Created by: rdchiar