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Which of these white leaders was an important ally of the Civil Rights movement? President Richard Nixon President Lyndon Johnson Chief Justice Warren Berger Secretary of State Henry Kissinger
Richard Nixon (negotiated treaty 1973, withdrew troops, allowing collapse of the South) Gerald Ford (with funds cut off, declared the US war ended April 23, [ [ 1975) ] ]
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What did the majority of Supreme Court cases in the 1960s have in common? States' rights were protected. Civil liberties were expanded. Government power was increased. Criminal defendants' rights were limited.
Weegy: Civil liberties were expanded the majority of Supreme Court cases int the 1960's have in common. User: Which of these resulted from the Supreme Court's ruling in Brown v. Board of Education (1954)? a series of rulings on plans to bus students to desegregate city school systems a follow-up ruling allowing states to amend their constitutions to allow segregation an order to the federal government to take action guaranteeing that states obeyed its ruling an increase in the amount of federal money sent to the states to operate their public schools Weegy: answer : a series of rulings on plans to bus students to desegregate city school systems as source states : Plessy v. [ Ferguson (1896), is a landmark United States Supreme Court decision in the jurisprudence of the United States, upholding the constitutionality of state laws requiring racial segregation in public facilities under the doctrine of "separate but equal".[1] source: ] User: Which statement describes the approach the Warren Court took to the issue of segregation? It declared segregation unconstitutional but ruled that integration was not required. It rejected both legally required segregation and government efforts to enforce integration. It allowed segregation under certain circumstances where people voluntarily choose separate facilities. It ruled that segregation was unconstitutional and that efforts must be made to achieve integration. (More)
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