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us hist.-court cases

us history supreme court cases 1803-1989

QuestionAnswer
Judicial review-supreme court can decide any law unconstitutional Marbury v. madison
Federal over state gov.-banks-state cant tax fed. gov. McCulloch v. Maryland
Sole authority to regulate interstate commerce Gibbons v. Ogden
Blacks not citizens, Missouri compromise unconstitutional Dred Scott v. Sanford
Seperate but equal-segregation is ok Plessy v. Ferguson
Clear and present danger-limits rights during wartime Schenck v. US
the relocation of Japanese Americans to internment camps is legal Korematsu v. US
seperate but equal is deemed unconstitutional overturned Plessy v. Ferguson Brown v. Board of Ed. Topeka Kans.
Fed. gov. has right to regulate private business in interstate commerce when it involves discrimination-cant prevent people from staying at hotel based on race Heart of Atlanta motel inc. v. US
Busing to obtain integration is legal Swann v. Charlotte-meck. Bd. of Ed.
Ny times can publish the Pentegon Papers- vietnam NY times v. US
nullified death penalty Furman v. Georgia
legalized abortion roe v. wade
right of executive privilege cant be used unless it involves national security-nixon tapes US v. nixon
death penalty is not crul and unusual punishment Gregg v. Georgia
Discrimination against whites based on race-afirmitive action is unconstitional Regents of university of cali. v. Bakke
Flag burning is legal based on 1st amed. rights-counter culture Texas v. Johnson
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