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Judges espousing a philosophy of original understanding maintain that school desegregation cases decided on the basis of the Fourteenth Amendment were wrongly decided because (Points : 1) A)
the original intent of the framers was to defer to the will of legislative bodies. B)we do not know that it was ever the intention of the Fourteenth Amendment to end segregation. C) it was only intended to protect the rights of newly freed slaves and not address issues of school segregation. D) originalism is contrary to activism.
Judges espousing a philosophy of original understanding maintain that school desegregation cases decided on the basis of the Fourteenth Amendment were wrongly decided because we do not know that it was ever the intention of the Fourteenth Amendment [ to end segregation. ]
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User: Judges espousing a philosophy of original understanding maintain that school desegregation cases decided on the basis of the Fourteenth Amendment were wrongly decided because (Points : 1) A) the original intent of the framers was to defer to the will of legislative bodies. B)we do not know that it was ever the intention of the Fourteenth Amendment to end segregation. C) it was only intended to protect the rights of newly freed slaves and not address issues of school segregation. D) originalism is contrary to activism.

Weegy: Judges espousing a philosophy of original understanding maintain that school desegregation cases decided on the basis of the Fourteenth Amendment were wrongly decided because we do not know that it was ever the intention of the Fourteenth Amendment [ to end segregation. ]
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Weegy: C)moving the Civil Rights Movement into its next phase by promoting equal opportunity.
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